Creative practices of a textile artist from Queensland, Australia. Now living in Somerset, England.
Tag Archives: Slow Fashion
Speeding up my crochet technique I’ve been crocheting for about 12 years now. Until recently, I had a really ham – fisted technique. I would hold the hook in my fist like a toothbrush, which led to a split second … Continue reading
Part two of a three-part series on making a hot pink shag micro jacket for a fashion-forward toddler. Includes a brief how-to video. Continue reading
At Illusive festival this weekend, scheduled a hold-over post of dancing in a half-finished shag vest I was working on earlier this year… Continue reading
After crocheting a few lovely bright parasol canopies, the parasols themselves need some protection from dirt, dander, knocks and bumps. Here’s how I did this. Continue reading
Love ethical fashion? Then check out my latest offerings of colourful, bizarre and custom wool bijouterie. Well made slow fashion that ships internationally. Continue reading
Latest offering; a greyscale fringed supercropped top with an oversized hood for oversized hairstyles! Continue reading