Bobbin Lace. Own Design based on a 3d candle light holder in my daughter’s garden
Crochet and bobbin Lace. Own Design
Various crochet techniques used to make this faerie scene. The lace held by the fairy is from Claire Burkhard’s book 50 New Designs in Bobbin Lace
3d Needle Lace worked in silk. Own Design from a shell found by my grandson
A Variation of my Tree Pattern
This pattern designed for Christmas 2013 has two variations. It is worked from bottom to top. A bead is added at the top. .It can hang in the window or on a Christmas Tree.
Worked in cotton with ear-rings worked in metallic threads. No bigger than four inches in any direction. Own Design
Needlelace Camisole Top
Worked in fine silk and applies to very fine wool/polyester fabric. Own Design
Lace Tote Bag
Bobbin Lace worked in cotton and metallic threads
Bobbin Lace Worked in rayon threads with attached beads.
My Nessie....Worked in fine silks with seed beads. Own Design. Awarded Susan & Roger Cox Trophy for Design for Lace2004)
This is my storyboard of source material and buildup of my design...Click on the picture to enlarge and you can see Nessie outside the Clansman Hotel on Loch Ness.
worked with Cotton thread. Own Design
This design was made from sketches of leaves from the grounds of Hever Castle. Worked in silk with beads.
Decoration on neckline of blouse. Worked in fine cotton thread and applied to fine wool/polyester fabric.Own Design Awarded Susan & Roger Cox Trophy for Lace Design (1995)
Used a Vintage Crochet Pattern to work the Leaves, Blossoms and Blackberries Put together to my own purse design.
Evening bag with lace worked in silk with metallic threads and beads.
Awarded Susan & Roger Cox Tophy for Lace Design (1998)
A mobile for Christmas that I made for a friend. Own Design Made with metallic thread
Ocean Waves By Moonlight
Bobbin Lace: Made from various threads including polyester, silk and cotton.
The Website Banner has been composed from a section of Needle Lace, of my own design called 'River of Dreams'. The Design was awarded The Susan & Roger Cox Award for Lace Design by The Lace Guild. (Dreaming Dreams 2001)