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Although now living in Aberdeenshire, Jill was born and raised in Bradford - the heart of the wool industry - and studied graphics at the Bradford College of Art.
She now runs a sculpture business with her husband, producing sculpted 3D signs for clients all over Britain.
I have always been interested in art, but became interested in wool quite by accident after breeding a small flock of rare breed sheep on our croft. I guess I would now call myself a wool artist - it's so absorbing and once I start one of my creations I just can't stop!
What is your craft? Wool artist.
What is your favourite fibre? I have to say wool - it's so forgiving.
What is your favourite breed of sheep? Well my sheep are Hebridean and Shetland and I love them both. The colours of the Hebridean are fantastic ranging from jet black through to shades of chocolate and chestnut, and the sun-bleached tips of blonde. The Shetland's wool is so fine - almost like silk. Beautiful!
What do you like most about WOW? Lots of great products, and useful/interesting facts and people.
Jill's web site: http://www.harrisonsculpture.co.uk
Bridgnorth based Jennifer has been crafting since she was at primary which started age 9 with an attempt to make a squirrel soft toy. Since then she hasn't stopped working with textiles and has taken this love into a career as a costume maker and now expresses her creative vision through textile art.
From landscapes to detailed floral wool paintings, Louise Hancox has blended her set of skills to produce stunning art pieces.
Creating needle felted, framed landscapes and seascapes from on and around Anglesey, Award Winning Helen Dolling is the superb artist behind Felt Inspired.
Specialising in hand dyed yarn and woven textiles, Salisbury based Emma Baker is a life-long knitter and the owner of SpireCrafts.