Woah. I’ve just stumbled upon the work of textiles artist Maryrose Watson and had one of those in-the-gut ‘I love that’ moments. A scoot around her website reveals that the London-and-Norfolk based artist works off loom, warping and wefting hand-dyed yarns around frames to create her individual pieces. I’m using phrases like ‘warping’, ‘wefting’ and ‘off loom’ willy nilly, as though I completely understand what I’m saying. I think it basically means she is working completely by hand. ‘In my new work I challenge myself to leave areas unwrapped, addressing concepts of exposure and revelation,’ she states on her website.The effect is wonderful, highly patterned work in the most glorious colours.