Welcome to my new website
I wrote “Juju Loves Polkadots”… and I still do, love Polka Dots that is…
I love all pattern!
I have written many books on different craft techniques but I have returned to my first loves; drawing, painting and knitting. My blog will chronicle my adventures in those waters.
In 2013, I brought out Juju’s Loops, a collection of knitting patterns designed with Susan Cropper of Loop, London. I am currently working on some new books to come out in autumn 2015.
Expect lots of colour and pattern
I will be using this website to hold additional information, techniques and design ideas.
I draw and paint everyday. I have decided to take my desire to paint more seriously and I will be posting a lot about my explorations in painting, particularly in watermedia.
If you are visiting for knitting info, look in the knitting categories.
If you are only interested in painting, look in the painting category.
Otherwise, enjoy the whole mess. Please let me know if you have any trouble finding what you are looking for on my new website.
Hope to see you back here soon.
8 thoughts on “Welcome to Jujuland: new website”
HI, Juju! Congratulations on your new site ~ I already love it…your drawings are charming 🙂
I own and have knit from Juju’s Loops and would love to see another collection of patterns!
Best of luck!
Thank you Melissa,
I don’t know how you found me. I’m just setting up this blog and playing with format and content. Your lovely comment has cheered me up!
you’re a friend on Ravelry so new blog posts are in my friends’ blog listings 🙂
Took a little time out to search for your site
I love it – your drawings are so beautiful and kuler looks like so much fun.
Now you are bookmarked.
Yeah Jude. You are a star!
I have always been so inspired by your knitting and now seeing your paintings – Im in awe. Have to say I am also inspired by your dedication and commitment to your work. Very-Very glad to have rediscovered your website.
I LOVE IT , it make’s me feel both inspired and happy .You inspired and guided in me rug hooking, beading, and knitting! !! Now I can take a look at my stock of fabric under my table and create once again:)