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West Sands beach, St Andrews.

We went down to West Sands beach this morning, near St Andrews, to take some photographs of my latest hand woven wrap and stole. It was a beautiful morning. My son ‘C minor’ accompanied me and we walked up as far as the Eden Estuary. I’m drawn again and again to this beach for the colours of the sea, sky and landscape and for the patterns in the sand.

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Walk this way!

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Welcome to my new Blog. This is where you will find me walking through the Scottish countryside, discovering how it’s colours, patterns and historic textile heritage influence my handwoven textile designs. I walk almost every day and at all times of year. A single day can bring many changes to the colours in the landscape. So, why not walk this way with me and I will show you my Scotland.