Lucy of Rawkos Designs is a textile artist known for her vibrant and bold colours and designs, with a strong Aotearoa influence. Her work reflects the strong light and colours of Northland, where she produces her work in a small studio in Parua Bay, Whangarei Heads. She enjoys using native flora, fauna, birds and sea life throughout her designs.
Fabric-a-Brac returns to its hometown for another great day of fabric rehoming. This is a fabric sale like no other, by lovers of projects who just have too many projects! If you’re looking for some great bargains and funky fabric, Fabric-a-Brac is for you
Coming Up Roses: The Story of Growing a Business
By Cath Kidson with Sue Chidler
Reviewed by Katy McRae
Cath Kidston is famously quoted as saying her shops provoke a ‘Marmite reaction’ – “People either love it and want a little bit of it very much, or want to stab us.” Regardless of whether or not her aesthetic makes you homicidal, you have to admire the woman…
This international fabric event has returned to the capital with new organisers and a new venue. There will be fabric, haberdashery and patterns galore, as well as tea, coffee, sweet treats and a huge table of donated fabric to raise money for Hospice.
Heads up Auckland – Fabric-a-brac is back this Saturday, promising vintage and modern fabrics, patterns, upholstery, haberdashery, sewing accessories, nice people, great coffee and sweet treats!
Fabric-A-Brac is all about connecting the treasure troves of fabric, buttons and other sewing notions in communities with craft and sewing enthusiasts.
When it comes to colour fashion, New Zealand is in an odd position – that position being, well, the southern hemisphere. What’s odd about living on the flip side, you say? Well, it has to do with the mysterious art of colour forecasting – and living neither in the future nor in the past…
Fabric-a-brac returns to Palmerston North this Saturday 20 August for a morning of fabulous fabric and haberdashery shopping. Head along to Crossroads Hall at the corner of Church and Cook Streets from 9am till 12.30pm for your chance to score some crafty gems that have been hiding away in Manuwatu cupboards. There’s some amazing finds, especially from Levin and its surrounding regions that once hosted lots of textile factories.
Fabric-a-brac is back, bringing fabric from the people to the people at St. Anne’s Hall in Newtown, Wellington on Saturday 21 May.
For inspiration prior to the market, head along to the early Look What I Found session with Ann Packer, from 8.30am until Fabric-a-brac opens at 9.15am. Her book Stitch is up for grabs on the day, too.
Fabric-a-brac is back! If you’re a textile or haberdashery nut (as I know many Felt blog readers are) and in the coolest little capital in the world this weekend, head along to St Anne’s Hall on Emmet Street in Newtown from 9am till 1pm tomorrow, … Read more »