What is it that determines the gender of a story character or a doll being made? Or perhaps, who is it?
Here’s a whole stack of my favourite work! My sketchbooks are my playground and I think they’re good examples of the way I like to work and to explore ideas.
Tiny Beetle paper collage illustration picture book made by Trieste children’s illustrator Hannah Sanguinetti
Haiku as inspiration following an evening talk on poetry for children by Piero Guglielmino.
“Well, I’m having a slight change of plan.” Since my last post I (with my family) have; moved to live in Italy, begun to learn a new education and tax system, completed a big (awaiting public release) illustration contract, been locked down with the pandemic, sold our Edinburgh home without being able to return there,Continue reading “A slight change of plan…”
So, this is the end of the project. I feel quite sad to be finishing, it’s been great fun and a wonderful challenge. I made this patchwork design to use up the ends of the yarns; not quite enough of any single shade to make the last jumper, so a mix of all of them.Continue reading “A Place to Knit: Jumper 16”
Snuffles has a blanket in the kitchen. Snuffles has a box in the hall.Snuffles can sleep on the sagging old sofa,tightly curled up like a ball. No Cats allowed in the knitting.No cats sleeping on the bed.Take Snuffles out of the laundry bagand put him somewhere else instead. The blanket is too cold and soggyfromContinue reading “A Place to Sleep: Jumper 15”
Jumpers 13 and 14 Hey, look! We’re the same!Yes, two read jumpers. Matching!But yours has holes……and yours has bobbles.Did you cut the holes? No. It was a tiger. He jumped out on me on the way to school and tried to eat me up. But I twisted and turned so fast he couldn’t hold meContinue reading “Hey, Look!”
A holiday would do us all good, they said.Why not go somewhere new? A change is as good as a rest. Recharge your batteries. Monty had always wanted to go to The Conservatory; maybe stay near the The Pond and do some swimming. We could relax in the tropical heat, climb up to The WindowsillContinue reading “A Jungle Holiday”
A mouse went to sea on a raft,To practice his seafaring craft.He knitted a sweater,Which helped him sail better,When tied to the mast fore and aft. This jumper was brought to you by Hannah Sanguinetti, working with: Malabrigo Sock yarn in Ravelry Red, 4mm double-pointed needles, paper collage, ink and brush. I am lucky enoughContinue reading “Jumper 11: Sea Mouse”