Cloth itself, its industries and language are embedded in our lives. Throughout history our textiles have provided shelter and protection, kept us warm, allowed us to hide or reveal our bodies and enabled us to communicate to those around us. Their production has provided work and community, they signal time and place and hold memories but are frequently taken for granted. In current work I’m exploring simple weaving and knitting processes, making cloth, observing, drawing and celebrating the most basic and simplest structures.