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From a childhood spent making, I now make small woven non-functional decorative objects. Originally learning to make traditional willow baskets, an introduction to textile basketry and the suggestion to try some different materials took my making in a new direction. Working with fine flexible materials, I weave using adapted traditional basketry techniques.

My favourite technique is twining. It requires the weaving of an active element around a passive warp. The weaving gives a smooth, slightly undulating surface. Although repetitive and time consuming, the placing of each weaver informs the final piece. Read more >>


Solo Exhibitions

Significant Figures: remembrance through making. Oxmarket Gallery, Chichester.

Willow to Wire, Horsham Museum & Art Gallery

Group Exhibitions

MADE: folding, bending, weaving, twisting. Qube Gallery, Oswestry.

Summer Show 2016: Weave, The Makers Guild in Wales, Craft in the Bay
Inspire: Winter Selling Exhibition, Walford Mill Crafts, Wimbourne, Dorset



Seeking remembrance through making by Rupert Toovey.

Page courtesy of the West Sussex Gazette.


Beyond the Battlefields
Kathe Buchlers Photographs of Germany in the Great War. This book contains a short contribution, made my me, in response to a photograph from the collection. A copy of the publication can be purchased through UH Press.


Ingenu eMagazine
Ingenu eMagazine

Significant Figures

Talks and workshops with basketmaker Mary Crabb