I'm Back in Sydney after a whirlwind trip to Adelaide. The Bowerbird Bazaar was an amazing market! And doing the whole three day market thing on my own wasn't nearly as scary as I'd imagined, and everything went smoothly. I had the cushion covers for sale for the first time which were a huge success!
Here are some of my market favourites..
First up we have Linogirl who makes all kinds of amazing one-off jewellery, ceramics and limited edition prints.
Next we have Harvest Textiles - a talented trio who screen-print textiles and make cushions and bags among other things.
Last but not least is Mono who makes a collection of the most stunning objects!
Now I have to start production again in preparation for Brisbane Finders Keepers this weekend!
Here are some critters patiently waiting to be packed and flown to SA. It's the first interstate market I'm doing completely on my own which is a little daunting and nerve-racking! Fingers crossed everything goes well. My flight goes at 6.30am tomorrow morning so the prospect of getting up at 4.30am feels almost as challenging as doing a three day market on my own!
I'd love to see a friendly face in Adelaide so if you're in town come down to the Bowerbird Bazaar!
While I've been a bit absent from my blog lately I've been working on a bunch of new cushion covers. They're a playful little group of characters that enjoy an array of different activities..
I have a super busy month ahead with the Bowerbird Bazaar market in Adelaide starting on the 28th October and the following weekend I'll be heading up to Brisbane for the Finders Keepers. I'm hoping to have some of these cushion covers ready by then. In the meantime I'm going to be flat out sewing like crazy!!!
On Friday I dropped off some goodies at the Sweets Workshop in Summer Hill and as it happened there was an amazing exhibition on. Nia May is the artist and she makes papercut illustrations which are so incredibly detailed, intricate and simply stunning! The show is meant to finish on the 5th Oct but I'm told the show is getting extended due to its awesomeness. Here are a few pics of the work - they don't do the work justice so if you like what you see, go and check it out!