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Mess about. Be silly. Say no. Say yes. Have fun.


If you had the opportunity to learn a new craft, what would it be? If time and money were no object it would absolutely 100% be something to do with clay. I tend towards crafts with endless possibilities and this completely fulfils that dream – the only limiter would be my own imagination… Wonderful!


Is the "handmade" ethic important to you and why? Absolutely, I don’t think anyone who makes and sells their own creations could say otherwise.


Look at knitwear in general; of course, I can’t compete with your Tesco’s or your Primark’s or any other high street brands and nor would I want to. What moocow offers is something original, something made from happiness, excitement, contentment, solace, just pure love of knitting - and something which


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holds enormous value for both parties in the transaction. How often can you say that?


What are your future plans for ‘moocow’? You know what? I’ve written and rewritten this answer but in all honesty it comes down to this – I like moocow as it is now, it suits me and my lifestyle and reflects my style as it stands and, while I would love to have plans for world domination, I think moocow evolves organically and I wouldn’t wish it any other way. It’s an extension of my growth as a knitter and I hope that others see it


the same. Take me and my moocow as we are.


And finally, what would be your perfect day? At home, Mr moo, cat, knitting, good company, good yarn and happiness. That’s my perfect day.


For more information on Siobhan and her work visit: •w w w .etsy .c om/shop/ moocowhandknits • www.stitchology.co.uk


Images courtesy of moocowhandknits


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