SAVE THE DATE(S)! Super excited to be selling my handwoven luxury products at the gorgeous Bowerbird Design Market from 13-15 May at Adelaide Showgrounds! In the next few weeks I will be madly weaving, making scarves, plant holders and scrunchies - so if you’re in Adelaide, please come along and say hi! Check out the Bowerbird website to see the list of designers and makers so you can plan your shopping trip! Sssssooooo many amazing artisans ... I’m looking forward to some retail fun myself :D
If you've ever wondered how I weave my luxury infinity scarves, then watch the YouTube video below for the whole process from start to finish!Some scarves take a total of 3-4 hours each, some take up to 7 hours - it all depends on the complexity of the pattern, and how thin the cotton is :)
Introducing ... ‘Fairy Bread’ scarves and scrunchies! Is fairy bread known outside Australia and New Zealand? If you don’t know what it is, it is white bread with butter (or in our household Nuttelex!) with ‘hundreds and thousands’ (which are like coloured sprinkles). But I digress - I have two colourways. The first are pinks and emerald greens, and the second are gorgeous ocean blues and greens. So far I have made one scarf in each colour, and 2 scrunchies in the blue colourway.Check out the website HERE!
Evilyn is the coolest cross stitcher you’ll ever meet!So, I have a confession - I was getting my remaining cross stitch kits organised, and found some that I hadn’t listed on my website!This Lime Leopard Print Bookmark kit is one of them! Perfect for beginners, if you’ve ever wanted to learn cross stitch, this is a great way to get started.Included in the kit: * full instructions * pattern * needlepoint canvas * needle * wool from the Australian Tapestry Workshop * all in a cute little glossy bag! If you want to check out the range, head over to...
‘Herbagraph No. 9 (Epipremnum aureum)’, 2022, pen drawing on x-ray film Sometimes x-rays are so beautiful that I don’t want to cut them up ... but just draw on them!My ‘Herbagraph’ series are pen drawings of the indoor plants in my studio on gorgeous x-rays that I felt needed to be displayed as they are :)You can find them HERE ON MY WEBSITE !