Review Week

Submission Week 9, preparing us for the final push before the degree show. My first warp approaching final outcomes can be seen here. Edges will be tidied and cut away from the rest… Continue reading

Monofilament and Flax Warp

First time using the Weavebird loom, very satisfying to finally be making on a large scale. Warp is monofilament, flax and metal-dyed cottons.

Honeycomb Warp


Waffle Warp

Im so picky about my fibre selections. Above you see cotton, linen, wool and viscose banana fibre dyed with copper patina or rust. There is also some fine copper wire to experiment with… Continue reading

Dyeing with copper patina

Projections onto triaxial installation piece

Submission of first semester work; Final year

Half way through final year! The ecology inspired Biophilia project followed two different design stories, one taking form as the woven textiles design story, and the other as the sculptural installation project. The… Continue reading

Biophilia Textile Story: Samples

Nearing end of first semester

Some happy accidents emerged from my lazer cutting session. I didnt not think about the hexagonal centres which fell out of my triaxial frames. Reminiscent of petri dishes they highlight fragments of weaves… Continue reading

Lazer cutting perspex

Cutting some more frames for bio-wall ideas. Tessellating hexagons with weave elements could support plant life as interior art product. When the 48 hexagons were cut I was left with this lovely happy… Continue reading