This post is a bit late to the party, for which I apologise. It’s always busy busy busy around here, and blogging really ends up taking a back seat to the rest of my work. In the back of my mind while I’m dyeing I’m writing blog posts about new discoveries, new things, new ideas […]
In my last post I touched briefly on the fact that I’ve picked up a lot of new stockists lately. Which is so totally fabulous and I am so proud to have my work at each and every one of them. The downside to it though, is I have really been making the same thing quite […]
I’ve been on semi holiday for the past week. Semi in that I haven’t dyed anything, for work, but I’ve still been around, posting orders, sharing things on instagram and cleaning out my studio. When I am working I often forget how important it is to stop and take a break. Now that I am […]
It’s been a whirlwind frenzy of activity at my place lately, but I wanted to look back at the indigo shibori workshops I held recently at the Cecilia Fox warehouse in Brunswick.
So it’s been a few weeks since I began this story of quilt making. I feel quite nervous to be talking about these quilts with an audience, having spent so much time working on them, worrying over them and fretting in general. I wrote the story below earlier in the year, when I was getting […]
Today I am speaking all about my love of Indigo on The Planthunter. You can check out my story here!
I am so excited! It was announced today that I am a finalist in the Etsy Design Awards!! A few weeks ago I decided to enter one of my new products, the summer quilt into the home and lifestyle category of the competition. Just to see how it went.
I met Sophie just over a year ago. In the past year she has become my closest friend and i knew I had to make her something super special for her birthday!
I’m so excited to have been interviewed for a new blog, The Slowpoke! Since the conception of this blog I’ve been thoroughly enjoying reading all the articles, recipes, and how to’s on a near daily basis. If you are interested in slow living, the environment, food, or just great design and interesting people, then jump […]
I’ve always been fascinated with quilts. There is something about the repetitive nature of quilt design that just makes me happy, and for me, quilting was the starting point of everything I know about sewing.