Category Archives: freeform knitting

Hidden Revealed Transformed: MELD exhibition

The opening of our MELDArts exhibition, Hidden Revealed Transformed, is documented on our website at http://www.meldarts.com/wordpress/ The exhibition is the culmination of months of planning and collaboration and I have learned a great deal not only about organising exhibitions but also … Continue reading

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Wonderful weekend

This has been a sunny weekend with warmth and clarity of light so I’ve worked outside on another leaf.  I’ve also been applying successive coats of paint to more small canvases which will bear the “leaves”. Why am I making … Continue reading

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In Defence of Crochet

I’ve crocheted all my life.  Well, since I taught myself from a Woman’s Day lift out in 1958 anyway….If you’re figuring, that’s 56 years ago! I’ve done all sorts of things of course.  Toys and edgings and bags…  Then, in … Continue reading

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Purple necklace

Having rushed in to the Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre to mind the WAFTA bag display without anything to do, I called round to the Dairing stand run by Teresa and Stephen Dair.  Teresa had been our guest speaker at … Continue reading

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Freeform bag

Yet again I’ve made a bag!  This time the inspiration was discovering that the WAFTA feature display at the Perth Quilt and Craft Fair from 22-26 May this year didn’t have a “traditional” freeform bag in it.  Conscious that followers … Continue reading

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