Archive | April, 2022


Discovering more about Douglas Fir

I’ve been intrigued recently by the perfect repetition of the little 3-pointed skinny crown-like seeds on these fir cones. It would make a great mini repeat pattern to print on cloth. It keeps catching my eye. Today I took a moment to stop and look really closely, take some photos and then refer to my […]

Continue Reading

Bog Myrtle, Pixie cups and Repurposing textiles

Mid April in Highland Perthshire Although it is misty and drizzling it’s just perfect to see the colours on my walk today, and actually the kind of weather I like a lot. Something about the mist brings the tiniest details to life and I am seeing hints of orange, pink, rust, straw and grey skies […]

Continue Reading
WP-Backgrounds Lite by InoPlugs Web Design and Juwelier Schönmann 1010 Wien