Monthly Archives: May 2014

When all else fails….be an arts patron

I went last night to the live auction of the Salvage/Selvedge quilts. When I went to the opening of the Salvage/Selvedge exhibition on 16 May I was stunned by how gorgeous they  were.  They were all absolutely exhibition quality … Continue reading

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Avocado Dyeing ……and a disaster

Yesterday I decided to do my well overdue “Animal Vegetable and Mineral” challenge for Designing Women (see previous blog). As is won’t to happen, the day went awry.  In fact it wrote another chapter in my coming of age as … Continue reading

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Red Cabbage Dyeing

I belong to a group of creative West Australian women called Designing Women. Their blog is At yesterday’s monthly meeting we had a retrospective of her work from Rae.  It was very absorbing and I was particularly taken with her … Continue reading

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