More hyperbolics – just couldn’t help it

OK…. so call me obsessive but I just couldn’t help myself – I just had to make some more coral for the Sydney reef – this time I used ‘Fiesta Yarn’ by Arbee, a polypropylene ribbon & just love the results – However, the idea to use the ‘Fiesta Yarn’  was not mine – all credit for this great fun idea must go to Meg-an-jack – please check out her fabulous fibre art

Seeing her wonderful coral pieces reminded me that I had a whole bag of the stuff somewhere in my stash & so…. these new pieces will also be added to my contribution to the Sydney Hyperbolic Coral Reef Project

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Alice Springs 09 Beanie Fest Entries

it’s that time of year again – The Alice Springs Beanie Festival – unfortunately I can’t be there to participate in all the fun but look forward to seeing all the wonderful creativity this festival generates –

these are my 2 contributions

 

Guerilla Pole knit update

appears that those knitting needles & crochet hooks have been flying – check out what been happening here

Anyone can participate so why not have a go too – it’s been a lot of fun….

here is my little contribution

Calling all Hyperbolic Enthusiasts

for those who don’t already know there is a new Aussie Hyperbolic Crochet Coral Reef project in the making – anyone interested can check out The Sydney version of the Institute for Figuring’s Hyperbolic Crochet Reef Group on Ravelry or The Sydney Hyperbolic Crochet Coral Reef  website – there are PDF patterns to download for those new to the idea & also check out my ‘links of interest’ websites showing what’s been done around the world – Exciting stuff & really interested to see what develops here in Australia….

Here are some of my early pieces, created long before I ever heard about Hyperbolic Crochet… but now I can’t wait to get started all over again on this new project…

 

2009 FF Crochet Challenge – 4 Seasons

here are my 2 pieces for the 2009 Freeform Challenge – Four Seasons

But please… check out the 52 amazing Artists from around the world who contributed to this wonderful Exhibition – it is sure to inspire & delight

And a huge THANK YOU! to Myra Wood for all her hard work putting it together

Summer: the time for tropical flowers, the beach, the surf, & an abundance of sunshine

 

 

Winter: when all Australian wild flowers are in their full glory