Originally from England, I now find my home in the Northern hills of Vermont where my husband and I, along with our daughter, have a goat dairy farm.
I taught myself how to knit one dark winter living in Finland. It came so easily and naturally it seemed like I knew how to all along (perhaps my Nanny’s genes have something to do with that), and I have been knitting ever since.
What began as a naturally dyed yarn business encouraged me into the world of knitwear design, and it is this which I focus on now. I love to celebrate simple stitches with beautiful yarn, clean shapes with delicate details. My time - our time - is precious and I work with only local, thoughtful yarns with a transparent. We are blessed to live in a time when many people, such as farmers and other yarn curators, believe the same and we have access to a wide range of consciously grown and processed fibers. So you will notice in my knitting I only work with domestic, organic, or naturally dyed yarns.
↠ I have, and continue to study plant medicine under Jane Bothwell of Dandelion Herbal Center, Juliet Blankespoor of the Chestnut School of Herbal Medicine, Rosemary Gladstar of Sage Mountain, and have taken classes from Asia Suler and Sajah Popham