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Wellington, New Zealand

I learned to knit as a child and was lucky to attend a school that had rigid heddle box looms and really enjoyed weaving. I later learned to crochet, tatt and macramé but it was when my lounge suite needed recovering and I found NZSWWS in 1972 that my crafts flourished. I availed myself of many workshops to hone my skills in spinning, weaving and dyeing and made many lasting friendships. In the 1990’s I learned locker hooking, pine needle weaving, needle woven beadwork and embroidery, felting and latterly kumihimo Japanese braiding. It is now very gratifying to share the different facets of these skills in various workshops tailored to requests.

WORKSHOPS

  • Bead weaving
  • Beginner Kumihimo
  • Crochet including Tunisian
  • Diagonal weaving
  • Dorset buttons
  • Felting including nuno and lace felt
  • Inkle Weaving
  • Knitting
  • Locker Hooking
  • Navajo and bead crochet
  • Needlewoven beadwork
  • Pine Needlework
  • Spinning
  • Weaving

 

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