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Here’s to a wonderful 2019!

Can you believe it's the end of 2018 already? I've been having a great break catching up on a number of unfinished projects including my blog update. Time flies when you are having fun. It's summer here in the southern hemisphere and as we brace ourselves for another hot Christmas day (something that those

Some New Some Old

It’s hard to fathom that 2017 is nearly drawing to a close! I've had a good year balancing work, family, leisure and everything in between. Where to begin? There have been a few markets dropped and a few new ones added. I'm no longer at Gelorup Markets and the Stirling Street Art Centre Flea

Slow Cloth Creation – eri silk scarves handwoven by Chano Murry my mother

{17-10-2016 .........Since I moved my last website handmade-and-marina.wordpress.com to my current one handmadeandmarina.com.au, I've reblogged some of my old posts and this is one of them. I'm expecting a few more of my mother's handwoven scarves in the near future and they should be available through my stalls and online shop. }   This post

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My Personal Eri Silk Story & Photo Gallery

My association with this special silk began while growing up in Assam, India. I've always known it to be a traditional Assamese silk with memories of my dad having a shawl draped around him on cold wintry days. It was light and warm and provided an alternative to the heavier Naga shawls that were also

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