This weeks friday follies…
Songbead – Rebecca Anderson
Rebecca has been playing with beads since her grandma gave her her bead box to play with when she was tiny, and comes from a long line of female creatives. Originally from Edinburgh, Rebecca now designs and crafts her jewellery in her Studio in Belfast. She is entranced by light, colour, words and all things handmade, and you can find her gorgeous follies here.
Annabooshouse – Sarah Garrod
Sarah started to crochet after re-locating to Sussex and giving up her career as a teacher. Originally she took up the craft to learn a new skill, but soon found herself adapting patterns and it wasn’t long before she designed her first item. The rest is history as they say, and we have been enjoying Sarah’s patterns ever since. At present she is busy writing a crochet book for beginners which will be published in 2015, until you can lay your hands on that you can find her designs here.
maRRose – Marianne Dekkers-Roos
Marianne has loved being creative, from when she was a child. Her first piece of crochet was a poncho when she was 9 years old, and she vividly remembers feeling ever so proud!
After her professional career as a management assistant, she revamped her long lost creative side and has discovered that this is where her true passion lies. Marianne has a truly gifted eye for putting colours and textures together, creating fresh looking items with a little twist. To see more of Marianne’s work, visit her here.
How do you like my follies this week? Are you tempted? Go on investigate, you know you want to…
Have a lovely weekend!