Eco workshop at Ryebank community camp’s birthday event

On Saturday the 23rd I will be hosting an eco friendly workshop at the @ryebankcommunitycamp birthday event. These are a great group to get involved with so come along and help spread awareness to save these beautiful fields!
I will also be at the mass trespass on the 24th, held by @right.2roam following in the footsteps of the radical ramblers who helped change this country years ago.
I hope to see you there!

I’m back! Oh.. and happy new year!

It’s been a while since I’ve posted anything on here, I decided I needed a break from pushing myself creatively for a while but I’m starting to get motivated and inspired again since the new year and want to start doing more again. Hopefully you have been able to keep up with my goings on on Instagram or Facebook. It’s worth following them to keep up with me as I post more frequently on them.

It’s been a difficult and slow end and start to 2021 and 2022 but I’m full of new ideas and they need to start coming out so watch this space and hopefully there will be some wonderful new creations soon. I have added new photos to the ‘clothing‘, ‘collaborations‘ and ‘Lino printed and hand painted patches‘ sections of my website so please go check that out.

Happy new year! Have a great one!

Chorlton Arts Festival is back and in person!

I am happy to announce that I (The Sea Cat) will be hosting a gallery of a range of my work at the Chorlton Arts Festival this year. Last years virtual gallery went great and I am even more excited to host you all this year in person!
I will be selling my hand made items throughout the festival and will also have some jams and cakes available to purchase.
Can’t wait to see you all!
Date: 11th-19th September
Time: 12-4pm every day
Location: 1 Sefton Road, M21 8UU
Event link:

Rats that craft launch day!

I am so excited to announce that the first session on ‘Rats who craft’ hosted by The Sea Cat
is happening today with our second group following on Saturday!
‘Rats who craft’ is a group for people struggling with anxiety, depression and chronic pain, this is something close to The Sea Cat’s heart. She has struggled with chronic pain and PTSD for a while now and has been using her crafts to manage the pain and anxiety, she is finally able to start sharing this with a small, socially distanced group. She is hoping for the group to grow in future when restrictions allow with the potential of doing workshops taught by other members of the SCRAP YARD RATS.
The group is a lgbtq+ safe space, a space where it’s safe to communicate about our problems, or just get together and do something positive.
I’ll try and get some photos and videos to post later!