Wheesht is not a pattern book.
In this series of essays, Kate examines what it is to be a maker in ambivalent, uncertain times. How can we encourage creative practice in the face of doubt? How might mending and repair, rather than disruption, form the basis of our work? What if we work to amplify the voices of others rather than our own?
In this book, Kate Davies questions how we exist as makers across disciplines and critiques the very act of creating whether it be 'words, images, sounds or sweaters'. She encourages us all to do the same while reminding us that 'simple acts of making can always make things better'.