S O Y C A N D L E S !Well, here they all are!They are mostly gender-neutral fragrances - think tobacco, hay, leather, patchouli, sandalwood, oud, nag champa incense, clove, wood smoke :)I just realised I never officially told you they were now on my website, but I thank those who have already ordered!!I’m looking forward to hearing your feedback!So yes, check them out HERE!
E C C E N T R I C W E F T I have a little surprise for you, my friends …I am adding gender-neutral soy candles to my range under the name ‘Eccentric Weft’!You can find them HERE!I started making candles in February because I was spending too much money on them myself, and it’s hard to find candles that aren’t flowers, fruit, coconut or vanilla ;)Both my partner, Anita, and I put our heads (and noses!) together and came up with a range of 6 candles, and together with our friend Tam, we named them after goth...
S U M M E R S O L S T I C E C O L L E C T I O N 2 0 2 3I’ve decided to work towards releasing a collection of works every 6 months, instead of adding pieces to my website as soon as they have been completed.Sign up to my mailing list HERE so I can tell you first!There will be a discount for all new works for a limited period of time, so you don’t want to miss out!
The word ‘tapestry’ gets misused a LOTTapestry is hand woven, and made on a loom - it’s a fabric made from scratch.If you are stitching on top of another fabric, it is needlepoint, not tapestry.Lately I have seen younger people use term tapestry for crochet and quilting - WTF????I did a whole YouTube video about tapestry vs needlepoint - you can find it HERE :)
‘Road Trip: The Murray Bridge Bunyip’After about 140 hours of weaving (and a few more hours of finishing the hem to go) - here she is in all her glory!This tapestry will be included in my Summer Solstice collection that will be released in December, but please DM me (or share with someone who you think may want her!) if you are interested in giving Bertha a new home :D