Selachimorpha, the Shark Sock

Selachimorpha is the scientific name for the modern shark.  This sock is dedicated to the shark and has been designed to highlight another of the reasons why we need to care about how our fish is harvested from the ocean. Shark fins are represented by the lace and solid triangles that swim across the surface... Continue Reading →

Will that be fins with your tuna?

If you are one of the lovely people who have been reading my blog for over a year, you will know that I have deep concerns about the sustainability of the ocean's health, and with it, its inhabitants. Today I'd like to talk about sharks. Why does does the future of sharks concern me?  My main issue is... Continue Reading →

Sustain the Sea: The Orange Roughy Mitts

Welcome to the first design from my new series collection, Sustain the Sea!! The Orange Roughy Fingerless Gloves. This pattern is a mid-length fingerless glove.  I have selected a ‘scale’ pattern to highlight its fishy tribute, with the seed stitch thumb further hinting at marine origins.  The stretchy bind and ribbing represents fins.  The colour... Continue Reading →

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