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Posts from the category: Yorkshire born And bred
  • Apr 27th, 2014

Mollie Sash in Paris

Very excited to have been invited to showcase Mollie Sash at the British Ambassador’s Residence in Paris. The two day visit organised by UK Trade and Investment will celebrate the best of Yorkshire design and craftsmanship ahead of Le Grand Depart.

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  • May 23rd, 2011

Bluebell Woods

After an exceptionally cold December we had the mildest February for decades and a very dry, sunny March. As a result the bluebells have flowered a couple of weeks early this year. Sheltered beneath the newly forming canopy in the dappled shade these delicate little bell shaped flowers create a sea of shimmering blue. I […]

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  • Apr 11th, 2011

Red Sky at Night

This was the view from my window one evening towards the end of last week. I just love the way the intensity of colour builds in the final moments before the sun disappears beyond the horizon and darkness envelopes the scene. The black scudding clouds were especially dramatic and reminded me of the sky that […]

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  • Apr 5th, 2011

Flat Caps and Whippets

The Baker Boy cap is similar in style to the flat cap which is synonomous with the northern working classes. It has the same overall shape and stiff peak as a flat cap but the body is rounder, fuller and is usually made of eight panels (pieces) with a button on the top and often […]

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  • Mar 21st, 2011

A Rolling Stone Gathers No Moss

After a very foggy start to the week we’ve just had a beautiful weekend. I decided to take advantage of the great light and went out in search of inspiration. These weather worn, time ravaged stone steps and walls are so typical of the Yorkshire countryside. I love the way they appear to have been […]

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