Friday, 11 April 2014

time traveling wonders

Clare wearing my Inner Wild capelet and sleeves in dark grey

these Inner Wild handmade sleeves take at least as long to knit as the capelet

Clare wearing one of my Inner Wild shrugs

These are men's Celtic knotwork fingerless gloves I made which look divine on Clare


A dear friend suggested I read Diana Gabaldon's "Outlander" series of books years ago when I lived in New Zealand.

I loved them so much I couldn't bring myself to read the last book so the story, for me, would never end.

And now, traveling through time, without use of standing stones, to the end of last year: I didn't know Outlander the television series was about to be filmed here in Scotland until the costume department began buying my Inner Wild, wilderness wear for dearhearts capelets, sleeves, mens and clansmen's fingerless gloves, cowls shrugs, mens socks and boot cuffs.

My cousins have sent me a few photos of Clare wearing clothes I've hand knitted close, but not too close, to Hebridean standing stones.

1. Inner Wild capelet and sleeves and also this capelet
2. Inner Wild shrug
3. Inner Wild Celtic gauntlets, men's size in chunky hand-dyed pure wool

Inner Wild, wilderness wear for dearhearts - Scottish supplier to Outlander. Happy to make clothes for Outlander fans x



Wednesday, 15 January 2014

cotton



Cotton plant bursting to clothe us and little bird liking to rest on our Inner Wild natural clothes.

Friday, 3 January 2014

welcome 2014



Many thanks to all my wonderful customers and friends for supporting Inner Wild, wilderness wear for dearhearts throughout 2013. Felicitations to all for 2014.

Thursday, 24 October 2013

Bushranger Ball, Jenolan Caves, Australia



Sharing brilliant Aussie photographer Andrew Goldie's recent portraits taken at the Bushranger Ball held at Jenolan Caves, New South Wales, Australia.

The Ball is held to celebrate Beard Season

Grow on.

Thursday, 22 August 2013

fall back | treasury fragment







A fragment of Etsy treasury "fall back" by BlackStar

1. Rustic Fall by RaceyTay
2. Friend to Animals Warmers by me, Inner Wild
3. Gathering by RiverLuna

process | Fritillary Wrap






i get cheap yet deepy satisfying aesthetic thrills every day with my email subscriptions from Design*Sponge and decor8.

with their beautiful 'before and afters' and lush macro photography of exquisite details and wondrous perspectives, they inspire me to create and share little process essays of my own from time to time.

Fritillary Wrap
Yarn: Araucania Toconao Multy Merino yarn wtih Araucania Merino Flounce frilling