Do you love your veg? Well, so do we, and we want them to be as well dressed as we are. Watch this space to see how…
Get them while they last!!!
Three small products that had until recently only been sold through markets are now available in our online shop:
DIY bunting packs
Local eco-friendly shopper’s heaven, ecoHaven in Hobart, recently asked us to create a custom cushion using their existing bird-on-branch logo. They will soon be moving to swanky new premises and these cushions are going to feature in their store makeover!
Now…where am I going to sit?!
Our latest local stockist is Finders Keepers, in Lindisfarne. They sell new and found homewares - pop in and say hello and pick up a smith+purton doorstop or cushion!
Finders Keepers are at 29 Lincoln Ave, Lindisfarne, Tasmania.
Map here: http://goo.gl/maps/EKRz8
The extremely talented and accomplished Anna from Anna Jayne Designs recently took delivery of a large stack of our fat quarters, and has already been beavering away at including them in her fabulous range of women’s fashion and accessories. She was kind enough to snap a quick photo to show us what she’s been up to. Here are some of her really cool, one-size-fits-all wrap skirts.
Pictured are her shorter skirts, but her mid-length skirts are also packed with versatility, having a removable front panel which can be unbuttoned and swapped for a different print to completely revamp the one skirt! I love this idea, and her execution is faultless. I was lucky enough to have an up-close-and-personal look at some of her products when I delivered the fabric, and I can vouch for her really beautifully-made satchel bags too. These also come with a zippered removable front flap, (so that you can opt to purchase an additional piece to again totally morph your bag!) and have all the zippered pockets and pouches you could need for phones, keys, TicTacs and other life essentials. I was agog that she only charges about $75 each for them! I will definitely be going to her for my next bag (with smith+purton fabric of course!).
You can find her at Salamanca Market some Saturdays, or you can contact her directly and order something custom-made! How awesome is that!
I think one of the best things about Anna’s products for me is seeing the vision that other creatives have when they look at our fabric and the realisation of that vision into something super cool (and well beyond my sewing capabilities!) and completely out of the realm of home wares and into the realm of people-wear. And as of last weekend, there are now a bunch of luverly laydeez strutting about in smith+purton festooned Anna Jayne wrap skirts! Booyah! (Or whatever that word is…)