My Jack very cleverly bought my engagement ring from Hannah De Bruyn. A few people have asked me about who made it so here's a link to her website - and also a selection of other things I'd like bought for me . . . just so you know.
Have you heard of sea silk?
I hadn't either, but now I can't get it out of my head. It is a very rare silk made from clam saliva . . . so that's pretty magic. There's only one woman in the world left who makes it, you should read this very beautiful article about her.
But whilst you're still will you just admire these beautiful sea silk cuff - the shape! Like they grew under the sea.
Sometimes I find cutting lino a bit of a ball-ache: it can be dead demoralising when you take a big accidental slice out of a bit of work . . . or your finger. So I'm completely in awe of these inuit stone cuts: jeeps!
I love their simplicity too. Sometimes it's very tempting to make complex showy-offy work but the simplicity of relief prints and the lines they allow you to make can be incredibly beautiful