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Seddon Makers Market was one of my best markets, so I'm thrilled to be back here in June. The event is so well organised and there's a great community of people who seem to love supporting local designers and makers. I'll be there selling my cushions, zip purses, bags, badges, greeting cards, bibs and more. Post market wrap-up: Despite the chilly weather and setting

My goal this year was to do a market every couple of months. Last year I only did three. This year I have done the Seddon Makers Market, and have got 4 other markets booked until July. I'll be at the Sisters' Market in Bruswick on Saturday April 29th

My wonderful art agent A Fresh Bunch will be heading over to NYC for Blueprint Show #1 in May 18-20, 2017 and will be showcasing my work, along with a bunch of other talented artists. We have also been featured on the amazing Print & Pattern Blog, as well as the Rise Shine and Design blog. Art licensing has been an interesting journey

Excited to have my first market stall of 2017 at the Seddon Makers Market in the lovely Seddon. I'll be at the Seddon Uniting Church from 9.30am-3pm alongside a bunch of other local creatives and makers. I'll be inside the Church area, selling all my designed and sewn Fabric Drawer products. Hope to see you there. The Seddon Festival will be running

Post market wrap-up: I did the Craft Victoria Christmas market in 2015, which was at the Queen Vic Market and I shared a stall. It turned out to be a really good day, with lots of sales, but since it was really one of my first few markets I didn't appreciate how well it had gone. Fast forward to 2016, and I was

A collaboration between Etsy and Melbourne Museum, local designers were asked to come up with a piece that was inspired by the permanent Wild exhibition. Using some of my favourite animals in the display, I created a pattern called 'Pretty Little Wild Things'. This was digitally printed onto fabric in Melbourne and sewn into purses to be sold for a limited time