Summer holiday fruits this year is looking a lot different. I’m at my parent’s property in the northern hemisphere having travelled solo after nearly 25 years from my home in the southern hemisphere. I'm enjoying the variety of bananas that I lament not being able to source in Australia. My sister pointed out that
If you're just passing through, you might wish to know about some of the unique items in my stall. Check out my naturally printed eco-dyed eri silk scarves and shawls. I'm able to source this special silk directly from the village level producers in Nagaland in the north-east of India where I originally come
August is a quiet month for me as far as market attendance. If you've checked the monthly calendar you'll note that I will only be at the Boyanup Farmers Market on the fourth Sunday this month. I'm enjoying my break and making a list of all the tasks that I hope to accomplish including
It's spring but still so cold and windy! So, I'm still mostly indoors spinning wool and ideas for new products to add to my ever expanding list. Talking of new products, I finally have a special topical salve that many of my customers over the years have requested - Natural Skin Aid Salve as
500th Market Stall Last Sunday was a milestone in my 11 years of market stalling. Having charted my first market stall ever since I decided to embark on this journey over a decade ago, I was able to mark this rather significant number at the Busselton Foreshore Markets on a gloomy, cloudy
My 2021 start hasn't gone according to plan! January was meant to be my break and a month for rest it but ended up being exceptionally busy due to family commitments and obligations. I barely had time to make and restock items that had run out or were running low. So come February and
The past few months have been a mixture of a strange and interesting ride, as I am sure it has been for most of you. Thankfully, a lot of it has been on the positive side for my business. I've had plenty of time to complete tasks that I had pending in my studio.