Maker & Community Market

 Saturday 6 November | 9am – 2pm

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Deb Weston 

Debbie’s making practice has evolved from silverware to fibre and textiles as creative outlet, through the medium of weaving. Her creative foraging and making manifesto has evolved into finding the unwanted materials at op-shops in the forms of clothes. She unmakes the unwanted into yarn to be included in her weaving practices.


I create brightly coloured handpainted fabric textiles. Such as bags, tea towels, aprons, pencil cases, cushions.
I use screen printing ink that is heat set and machine washable.
Each piece is original and affordable. I make art that is accessible, practical and adds cheer to our everyday!

Lilli Pilli Beads | Faye Heininger

Lilli Pilli Beads is a beautiful collection of hand-crafted, Australian made, paper beads jewellery. Incorporating individuality with a touch of femininity, each Lilli Pilli Beads piece is hand-crafted, where “No two pieces are the same”.

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