Fiesta on George

Great music and food were the order of the day, plus a market featuring Tasmanian handmade. Honoured to be a part of this! Very windy but I made some good sales …

It was a bit of a family day too – my sister Mary and our son Johno also had stalls at the handmade market, while husband Ian and daughter Heather were a great support team for me at Gone Rustic too.

We are not related to the stilt walkers but I just had to photograph them!

Leaves or pods?

My intention was to make crochet leaves, but they turned out looking more like pods! Either way, I’m happy …

[eco dyed yarns, wooden beads, leather cord; crochet]

new cards

Sometimes I take a break from eco dyeing! Now available for sale at



innocence lost, cont.

stitching completed today on my ‘innocence lost’ triptych; all dresses and backgrounds are eco dyed (dresses made from vintage damask table napkins and pillowcases; oil stick rubbings added)