Hand Made Directory

Here is a List of some Wonderfully talented creative people who I have had the pleasure to work with doing and online crafty biz course 'Set up Shop' run by Jessica Van Den Wassenberg  http://epherielldesigns.com/ a clever gal of many talents.

Clare makes home-wares and accessories from cotton rope and stitches them together on my industrial sewing machinehttp://www.zillpa.com

Elisa has a very eclectic mix of designs and makes jewellery from vintage silverware  http://www.DazzlingDezignz4U.etsy.com

Kaitia's Plushka offers a collection of textile designs handmade by her with an emphasis on tiny details, that make items extra special, quality and traditional techniques that she is passionate to include into modern creations. This includes crochet, cross-stitch and hand-stitching that is old-fashioned and time consuming but that what handmade means to her – an item created with time, lots of love and skill. http://www.plushkacraft.com.au

Brooke, Bog Standard designHome wares and decorations created with salvaged and sustainable materials. Her signature objects are chandeliers and mobiles created with salvaged papers including maps, wallpaper etc http://www.bogstandarddesign.etsy.com

Sonia,  Bubbles, Balloons & Butterflies Mixed media canvas art mostly but also handmade gifts and home decor.  http://www.facebook.com/BubblesBalloonsandButterflies

Kate Hubert, Mixed Bag of Threads"I sew. I make aprons, cushions and other things from beautiful fabric." http://mixedbagofthreads.blogspot.com.au/

Janine, Steeped in Beautea - Handmade bath and body products. http://www.steepedinbeautea.co.nz/

Margot, lolli & bean"Crochet for children/babies (accessories, beanies, toys) , nursery & childrens decor (including canvas wall art, cushions, crochet blankets, embroidery hoops, mobiles & wall hangings), hand-stitched applique tshirts & onesies and hair accessories.  http://www.lolliandbean.com

Emma, Emtopia My shop is about: fine point ink drawnings (original & prints) and incorporating my art into jewellery (wearable art) – etched silver/metal of my drawings and embedded etched metal or other mediums into resin.(no web links yet)
Tasha  Handmade jewellery Made by Tasha Chawner – with a focus on copperhttp://www.tashachawner.com/shop/

Julia Lucas, Squeeze CuddlesHand embroidered wall art, machine sewn soft toys, needle books and pincushions; featuring hand-stitched details.  http://www.etsy.com/shop/SqueezeCuddles

Sharryn Veto, Pici Papucs (said Pitzee Popooch!) (it’s Hungarian for “little slipper”)
Handmade leather shoes – for kids mainly but starting to branch out ;)http://www.etsy.com/shop/PiciPapucs

Julie Frahm, AussieJules
 Handmade Glass Beads and Jewellery. Focus on using recycled glass for a lot of my work (wine bottles, beer bottles, green depression glass etc). Website: http://www.aussiejules.com

Emma Ulbrick, VelveyAndMe (like velvet with a “y”) and b) The Hen Hatch. Handmade items for the young and young-at-heart, necklaces is where it started but its constantly growing, b) Creative celebrations where you can learn a new skill and your guests can take home their very own handmade item. http://www.thehenhatch.com

 Kathleen Hurley, Always Angelic Handmade children’s clothing. http://www.facebook.com/designsbyangelic

Tracey Smith)  and Noeline Verheyen,  Little Bear Company.

 Jelaine Blythman,  Little Alligator
 I sell handmade toy & library bags, wallets for children using colourful, quality fabrics.

 Rhonda Young, Shopatots, ”I love to make children’s clothing.”

 Nikki Blythe,  Looby & Lulu, “ Began as glass tile pendants of my travel photos, now it’s making any jewellery I find quirky & cute, Alice in Wonderland & Wizard of Oz feature heavily.”

 Karen Lynch. Leaf and Petal
“ I make vintage inspired stationery such as cards, tags, journals, notebooks, bookmarks, brooches and branching into mixed media artworks, featuring 1950′s and 1960′s fashion illustrations, sewing ephemera, buttons and fabric.”
http://www.madeit.com.au/leafandpetal  & http://www.craftumi.com.au/leafandpetal for craft supplies

 Paola Berett, . Red Tree Crafts, “ Began creating simple paper mache bowls. Now I am also making a new line of beads and little houses. I sell my paper mache stuff at http://www.incube8r.com.au  &  http://www.craftumi.com.au/RedTreeCrafts.

Stacey Howard
Max & Me Designs, Unique jewellery & artwork which has been handcrafted using postage stamps from all over the world.
 http://www.maxandmedesigns.com  & http://maxandmedesigns.blogspot.com.au/ (

Louise Carseldine,  Louise Made It,  Custom photo jewellery plus anything vintage, elegant and of course, pink.

 Sharon Barrett,  ShazzBArt, Crochet and moving toward a line of wedding  accessories.  https://www.etsy.com/shop/ShazzBArt 

Dena Lumsdon,  De & Di Lumsdon (Daughter & Mum team), Handcrafted Jewellery using a variety of materials, as well as cards, scarves, decorative pictures. http:/www.butterflyheartbyd.com.au

Erika McWhorter, Janek Jewelry, A wide range of eclectic jewelry and accessories. Generally made using African fabrics but also natural woods. http://www.etsy.com/shop/JanekJewelry/
Judy Fachko, Street Thread, Functional and Fashionable dog walking accessories
Lindsay Hartwell. Hedgehog & Rabbit, Plushies, dolls and art prints plus sewing, embroidery, quilting and needlepoint http://hedgehogandrabbit.com
 Anna├»g,  Annaig’s Gemstudio, “ I am a professional gem-cuter during the week and make my own jewellery on weekends and when I can during the week”. http://www.gem.net.au

Betsy Rogusta, American-Country, http:/www.american-country.com
“I sell handcrafted furniture pieces (small, no major pieces), I use different finishes from painted to primtive(distressed, and barnworn, highly distressed/chippy.”
 Cat, Tiny Lion Jewellery, Jewellery
Andrea Hogg,  Naturally Kin Kin, ”I create OOAK polymer clay Hippie dolls & Forest Folk, Fairy Boots, Fairy Treasures, Crystal Suncatchers and my husband (Dean) makes corkboards, chalkboards, Ohm symbol wall hangers and other timbercraft from local & recycled timbers”

Sharyn, Gutsy Girl, Empowering gemstone, silver, polymer and vintage style jewellery and inspirational original art.

 Katherine Keller,  Calligraphy Katherine, Calligraphy, Collage art with lettering, quote art, anything hand lettered, paper illustration.” I also have alove of found objects, wire and wood scraps.”    http://calligraphykatherine.blogspot.com.au/
 Libby Lucas, Libby Lucas Jewellery, “ I design and make romantic, vintage style jewellery. I enjoy making one-of-a-kind pieces so the wearer has a truly unique piece. I make necklaces, bracelets, brooches, earrings and rings and work in a number of different medium, including sterling silver, antique silver and gold plate, resin, decal beads. I love including a touch of individual quirkiness to my pieces by incorporating, antique buttons,ribbon,charms,.”  http://www.loveisjewellery.com

 Vickie Simons,  Jewelflyt,  Hand crafted jewellery, made using PMC (precious metal clay), gems, beads, polymer clay

 Christine Robinson,  indigoethnic, “At the moment my creations are exotic stitched, beaded home wares & bags from textiles, yarn & recycled things.” No website info yet

 My name is Sherri Gallagher, Sherri Gallagher Beadwork. “ I create handcrafted jewelry using semiprecious gemstones, sterling silver, freshwater pearls, crystals and silk.”

Deb Myer, DebiM Designs. “I create polymer clay sculpture, candle holders, vases, mosaics/polymer art and more recently Zentangle Art and mixed media polymer/zentangle.”

 Name – Merryn Standish-White,  Inventoria Designs, “ I make steampunk themed accessories, with some cute and geeky designs too. I also make custom clothing and print on fabric”.

 Clare, catseatdogs,  Handmade jewelry, focusing on natural elements and colour. http://catseatdogs.com/

 Nykke Coleman, Paper Elephant, Letterpress stationery and custom design/printing

 Joy Carrick
Tig’s Garden,  Photography and hand drawn artworks as cards and matted prints.

Kellie Bower, With You In Mind “I make kids hair accessories, stuffed owls and bunnies. I recently started in pendants and will be branching off to include a few jewellery lines for ladies.”
Carolyn Grill, Telltale Thread, “I make small quilts and clothing for babies and children and will soon be making small toys and accessories. All of these are made with modern fabrics and I’m working on a range that has a geeky edge, for parents like myself who are looking for something a little bit different.” http://telltalethread.blogspot.ca/

 Sue Catt,  Colors Australia,  Specialising in individual originals for original individuals. Using natural fibres (silk, cotton, linen, hemp, bamboo etc) handpainted/printed and dyed fabrics, vintage and recycled elements. https://www.facebook.com/ColorsAustralia

 Laura Anderson,  Hazel’s Tea Party, custom made dolls and soft toys for babies and children.

Kate Phillips
Orange Sherbet
Contemporary Handmade Jewellery and Design. “I make predominately sterling silver jewellery to make people smile. Most of my pieces feature dinosaurs, quirky creatures and everyday objects”.

 Melanie, my little addiction, handmade, simple, beautiful, timeless," classic, quality jewelry that I love"

 Kelly Green,  Business Name: Akiko Art, “I take everyday objects like photo frames, tote bags, headphones, shoes, sunglasses, phone/laptop/tablet cases and basically anything else you can think of, and hand-draw or hand-paint them with custom-made designs...”

 Suzi Yap, Little Pipika, Hair accessories –“ hair ties, headbands, hair clips, fabric necklaces & earrings and embellished tops for girls. My designs are unique and original, inspired by french prints,european laces and embroidery.”

 Fi Hocking, Living Cloth, “ I am a maker of handmade textiles. I have been a feltmaker and spinner,knitter,sewer for many years and I love the creating of textiles especially by hand. I have over the past few years been immersing myself into my natural dye pots and dyeing with eucalyptus leaves that i make into dye and really like reusing and repurposing natural fabrics.”

 Leoni Nicholson, Feminine Fusion Hand Crafted Jewellery, Reclaimed sterling silver and copper, brass, glass and ceramic, in an eclectic quirky mix of styles
 http://feminine-fusion.com (web site and blog)


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