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In very early spring this beautiful clematis is the first thing to blossom, and despite wind and snow it still flowers profusely. This pattern brings the plant’s orange-blossom scent and profuse flowers into the house even in the depths of winter.
A friend who loves to eat artichokes wanted a ‘heraldic’ design. The pattern has all the feistiness of a shield and sword while also incorporating his ‘symbolic’ food.
I just love these cheerful flowers, a vintage style suits them so well.
My mum calls runners ‘her favourite fruit’. I have always loved them, but they have to be home grown. This pattern was inspired by plants rampaging out of a flowerbed when I came back from holiday. They had self-seeded from the previous year - lucky me! An extra crop.
A lovely, simple retro floral check which plays on the geometry of flower stamens. Scale it up for a sophisticated feel, and down for a more buzzy vibe.
Simple rhythm and movement bring a relaxed feel to this design which grew out of a doodle in my bedroom one morning.
My partner Andy wanted a shirt for his birthday. He loves bees, and won't let me pull up any weeds or flowers until the bees have finished with them. Here the bees are among goosegrass and geraniums.
A pretty floral for a summer dress.
A series of patterns to honour Stephen Hawking and his wonderful reminder to keep looking up at the skies.