I love to weave, to follow an idea through by interweaving fibres and creating textures. Scotland is special, its mountains, coastline, standing stones are the basis for many weavings. I love the colours and contours of the land and sea. I have also travelled and explored many wonderful places and had time to sketch in Australia, Syria, Turkey, Armenia and Europe.  All these creative experiences  are woven into many weavings.

Current Exhibitions 

The Great Scottish Canvas WWF Scotland 


Connections The Solway Tapestry Weavers at Gracefield Arts Centre Dumfries 11th September to 6th November 2021

Threads In Sheds The British Tapestry Group

 Whitchurch Silk Mill: 11th September-21st November 2021
 Farfield Mill, Sedgburg: 5th January-27th March 2022

Fabric of The North   The British Tapestry Group at Kirkleatham Museum, Redcar from May 21 to 31st Jan 2022

Pentland Art Club at the Mill, Balerno Parish Church- showing the work of 14 local artists, this exhibition changes every two months.


If you are a beginner or wish to refresh your weaving skills I offer one to one or small group - tuition please email for more information.


Dyeing with Fungi

Since 1990 I have been dyeing wool and silk using mushrooms and bracket fungi. This dye source was discovered in the 1960's. There are no archeological records that we know of that show that fungi dye was used to dye fibres.You can see the range of dye colours in the Dyeing to Weave Gallery. I have attended many Symposia in Australia, USA, Scandinavia and Estonia. The symposia are hosted by one of the participating countries every two years. We hope the next one will be in 2022 in Washington State USA.  

Fabulous Fungi Dyes

Fabulous Fungi Scarves

Mushrooms For Colour



Fungi Dyed Scarves





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