Sunday, 3 April 2011

enCounter @ Craft Victoria: Yarnscape

 I am sitting down to a nice hot cup of tea....freshly poured from my loved Lotte pot. Relaxing, having just installed my window exhibit at Craft Victoria. I am so pleased with the result. After 3 months of preparation it's so nice to see how it has all come together. I could not have managed it without the helping hands of Milly and Eric from Craft Vic....negotiating the 3m high install was an experience.




Quiet woolen stones also decorate the window.


The show titled Yarnscape can be viewed 24/7 at Craft Victoria, 31 Flinders Lane, Melbourne.

If you happen to fall in love with any of the cacti displayed, yes! they are for sale... The lovely girls in store can help you if your interested. I had such luck sourcing some really beautiful vintage pots, they are in mint condition, with such striking colours....particularly the West German retro orange lava glaze.



Please pop by and take a look! and let me know what you think :)
A X 

8 comments:

Andrea said...

Sorry for the Crazy HUGE pictures repeated! All should be fixed now. Silly computer was messing around with me, grrrr!

handmade romance said...

yay!! congratulations this looks SO fantastic. well worth the 3 months effort.

Simply Phoebe said...

WOW. Congrats. So deserved and fitting for a Craft Victoria window. We were stall neighbours at Finders Keepers last year and I have been meaning to buy a piece ever since. Will have to drop into Craft Victoria very soon before they are all snapped up!

Stoked to discover your blog too.

dear melbourne, said...

Love it!

P R I M O E Z A said...

love your work!

Anonymous said...

I work next door and walked past Craft Vic today, your display stopped me dead in my tracks,made me laugh, smile, point and declare I must have one. Although now I think I will have to get at least two for my mantle. Please tell me your planning a shop?

Lesley said...

I LOVE these knit cacti! So cool! I would love to have patterns to make my own!

anastasia said...

these are really fantastic! they're realistic, but still yarn, and are so enchanting.