This picture is of Beetham Tower, which was completed in 2006, on a foggy morning in Manchester. The building is the city's tallest building and widely regarded as the UK's only skyscraper outside of London. This photo originally appeared on the @WeAreMCR Instagram account and was taken by @thamer_omer.
The Manchester scarf is part of our 3-pattern free Ravelry eBook designed to introduce knitters to the Showy and Subtle Decrease. These decreases allow knitters to work with pattern stitches in a new way. The Showy Decrease rises up off the face of stockinette adding a design element that doesn’t require Reverse Stockinette to show.
The wedding bed for Sir John Radclyffe and Lady Anne Asshawe, dates back to the 1570s. The bed is the only surviving piece of furniture from Ordsall Hall. The Radclyffe family were one of the most influential families in England who served Tudor kings and queens in civil and foreign wars.
This is another Brody work that I was inspired by, this work in part inspired my second outcome design, with the letters being overlaid on top of each other. This work reminded me of the "Alien" movie franchise because the letters look strange. The elements displayed in this work are, Shape, Colour and Space.