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Spring is nearly upon us at last!

My February Adventures

February started in Scratby near Great Yarmouth, with Jane, we stayed in this lovely chalet looking out at the sea. It was a wonderful few days. I walked along the beach for a couple of hours every day, it was so refreshing. I love the photo of the sea blowing bubbles on the sand. A textured piece in the making! So I did  find a lot of inspiration and am working on some new pieces which I will show later in the year.

Cambridge Art Makers

I am delighted that I will be continuing to teach at Cambridge Makers. A new 10 week course starts on 17th April 2024. 

The 10 week course is using all things textile and mixed media, learning different techniques and making something beauitful along the way.

10am - 1pm every Wednesday during term time.

If you are interested in joining, please click

Bento Boxes

I also teach day courses there and will be teaching Bento Boxes on Sunday 17th March.

Click on this link for more details.


I have added some new workshops on my website, including guest tutors, which is always exciting.

These will be held at my studio in Littleport through out the year.

Click on the link for more information.

Express Eco Dyeing

Saturday 23rd March I will be at Nene Park teaching my Express Eco Dyeing as a taster morning.

It is a lovely venue and you could go for a lovely walk and a picnic afterwards.

All of the details are below.

New Wooden Blocks

As some of you may know, I design my own wooden print blocks and have them made in India by local carvers just outside of New Delhi.

I have just received a new batch which are now on my website to order.

Click on the link for more information:

Aahiliya Holidays

I am so exciting to be going back to India and I will be leading two holidays in March 2025 with Aahilya Holidays.

Block Printing and Cultural Tour

of the Golden Triangle

with Alexandra Wallet

Highlights Of The Tour

• Jaipur, known for its vibrant colours, is every photographer’s dream city.

• Capture Jaipur’s charm by photographing its rustic appeal, ancient structures, bustling bazaars and winding paths

• Visit the Anokhi Museum, a museum dedicated to Indian textiles and hand-block printing.

• Participate in a block printing workshop with expert block printers to learn the traditional technique of block prints.

• Visit handmade paper factories to learn the process of paper making from recycled cotton fabric and later visit to artisans’ workshop to see the process of blue pottery.

• Visit the home of an Indian family to learn some traditional Indian & Rajasthani

recipes and enjoy hot & freshly cooked dinner with the family.

• Participate in Aari – Tari embroidery

workshop with master craftsman.

• Learn miniature painting from an expert artist.

So, again, its a full on month of creativity. I hope that I will see you on my continuing textile journey.  

Have a great month, Sit, Sew and Create! 

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