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At Limerence…

Here is a 2m wool and silk scarf on display at Limerence that I made with a Tasmanian Blackwood brooch with loads of different silks and antique doily, plus a selection of neck wamers and clay vintage button earrings and a doily cord necklace. I don’t often get to see what my pieces look like on display and am so thrilled that Limerence have taken me on in their incredible gallery situated in the stunning Belgrave.


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open for business!

My shop has just opened! Currently I am selling clay earrings and cards and felt scarves and neck warmers will be added shortly. Remember if you see anything you like on my site and would prefer a different colour, I am happy to custom design something for you!

I will be also adding more cards and earrings along the way PLUS don’t forget to check out the discounts and special page to get your DISCOUNT CODES for multiple orders.

Here are my current specials

  • 2 cards for $10
  • 2 pairs of earrings for $20
  • orders over $40 have free postage

Thanks for your support! Any feedback you want to share would be greatly appreciated…


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shop shop shop!

I am just in the final stages of launching my online shop. This is all so new to me, I’m very good at the other end of shopping so bare with me as I teethe my way through the process.

A good friend of mine and amazing artist told me photos were the key to a good online shop presence. So with that in mind, today will be a photo session with my jewellery and cards.

Please, if there is anything you like in my shop and would prefer another colour that’s not listed, please let me know. It can always be arranged!


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more clay earrings


Here is another collection of clay earrings.


clay earrings & brooches

Here are the first batch of clay vintage button earrings and brooches I have just finished! More coming soon…

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A Night and Day at The Apron Design Market

I had a blast at The Apron Design Market in Seaport, Launceston ( Despite the cold weather, market-goers rugged up and braved the conditions to see some of Tassies finest designers and artisans. I walked away feeling really inspired and have been writing and scribbling more ideas for the next market!  A small break (maybe a day or two) before I get back to felting!

Here are some pictures of my first market stall. I had a space of 1.5m by 3m to work with. If given this sort of space again, I would have really taken advantage of using the height I had. Felted pieces lends itself to be draped and showcased more than this presentation. But hey, it was my first go and I was happy with it and I’m so new to the whole market scene. Hubby and I spent the drive home from Launceston brain storming ideas on display options. We concluded a mannequin/torso is essential and some more “necks” to show off the pieces…