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Australian Textiles | Fibre

Craft is the only organisation within Victoria which provides curatorial, public program and professional development opportunities for craft practitioners…
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Fascinated with structure and an incurable need to understand how things work, Daisy is an Australian designer working mostly within a handwoven practice. Her works have also been featured by the likes of Frankie Magazine, Outlier Blog and Also in a recent feature by Pimms Australia showcasing young women in business. Daisy now lives and works out of her studio as a weaver, a freelance designer, a lecturer at RMIT and a studio manager at Toast Workroom. #craftvictoria #craftvic
Cassie Leatham is a Taungurung/Wurundjeri woman of the Kulin Nation. Cassie was born on Gunai Kurnai country and is an active member of the Gippsland Indigenous community. She is an Indigenous artist, master weaver, traditional dancer, bushtukka woman and educator.  Her woven bags are based on traditional fishing net weaving techniques that she learnt from her grandfather. #craftvictoria #craftvic
Wearable art and the perfect shopping companion - bubble totes by @mollyyounger — ‘My current collection of latex luggage came about as I wanted to develop accessories for everyday life, with a grounding in conceptual practice, continuing to utilise mould making, casting and latex'. - @mollyyounger — Explore in-store at Craft, Watson Place, off Flinders Lane or online at shop@craft.org.au #craftvictoria #craftvic

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Designed and made in Australia, Wendy Bannister’s luxurious collection of scarves is produced in limited editions. Every scarf is digitally printed on a fine Italian modal cashmere, and is hand-finished with rolled edges and eyelash fringing. Each one is named after the destination where the image was taken, or after the species in the case of her Australian eucalypt series. #craftvictoria #craftvic
Barbara Rogers is a textile designer and artist who specialises in exclusive fabrics for fashion and interiors. She has gained international acclaim for her work which incorporates innovative shibori techniques together with other traditional methods. #craftvictoria #craftvic
Barbara Rogers is a textile designer and artist who specialises in exclusive fabrics for fashion and interiors. She has gained international acclaim for her work which incorporates innovative shibori techniques together with other traditional methods. #craftvictoria #craftvic

Scarves

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Multidisplinary weaver and Melbourne based artist, John Brooks is widely known for his impressive use of colour and texture in his work. His series for Craft, features both his hand loomed backpacks and wall and floor works, which have been painstakingly created both as functional works and aesthetic objects in and of themselves. #craftvictoria #craftvic
Isabel Avendano Hazbun has a practice driven by process. Completing both a Bachelor of Design in Textiles from COFA at UNSW and a Certificate IV in Fine-Furniture Design and Technology from the Sturt School for Wood in Mittagong, NSW – Avendano Hazburn works both in and at the intersection of fibre and wood. #craftvictoria #craftvic
Isabel Avendano Hazbun has a practice driven by process. Completing both a Bachelor of Design in Textiles from COFA at UNSW and a Certificate IV in Fine-Furniture Design and Technology from the Sturt School for Wood in Mittagong, NSW – Avendano Hazburn works both in and at the intersection of fibre and wood. #craftvictoria #craftvic

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Cassie Leatham is a Taungurung/Wurundjeri woman of the Kulin Nation. At a young age Cassie demonstrated a talent in art using a variety of different mediums and techniques. It was through discovering her Aboriginal heritage that she began exploring traditional ways of creating using traditional materials and methods. Cassie is self-taught and inspired by the stories of Indigenous Elders. #craftvictoria #craftvic
Cassie Leatham is a Taungurung/Wurundjeri woman of the Kulin Nation. At a young age, Cassie demonstrated talent in art using a variety of different mediums and techniques. It was through discovering her Aboriginal heritage that she began exploring traditional ways of creating using traditional materials and methods. Cassie is self-taught and inspired by the stories of Indigenous Elders. #craftvictoria #craftvic
Fascinated with structure and an incurable need to understand how things work, Daisy is an Australian designer working mostly within a handwoven practice.  With a love for the creative community, Daisy established Toast Workroom at the age of 22. The all-women communal studio space is home to half a dozen creative women who work alongside each other on their respective creative practices, as well as a platform for friends/collaborators and others within the community to launch new products.

First Nations Weaving

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Multidisplinary weaver and Melbourne based artist, John Brooks is widely known for his impressive use of colour and texture in his work. His series for Craft, features both his hand loomed backpacks and wall and floor works, which have been painstakingly created both as functional works and aesthetic objects in and of themselves. #craftvictoria #craftvic Craft Victoria, John Brooks, Aesthetic Objects, Textile Industry, Contemporary Crafts, All Craft, Hand Loom, Design Development, Synthetic Fabric
JOHN BROOKS | HAND WOVEN BACKPACK
Multidisplinary weaver and Melbourne based artist, John Brooks is widely known for his impressive use of colour and texture in his work. His series for Craft, features both his hand loomed backpacks and wall and floor works, which have been painstakingly created both as functional works and aesthetic objects in and of themselves. #craftvictoria #craftvic
MAKER INSIGHT Australian designer maker Molly Younger is known for her innovative approach to making and design. Sitting somewhere between art, sculpture and wearable fashion, each one-of-a-kind piece from Younger's collection is handmade from natural latex moulds in Melbourne. Natural Latex, Australian Design, Younger, Melbourne, Approach, Insight, Fiber, Textiles, Sculpture
MAKER INSIGHT Australian designer maker Molly Younger is known for her innovative approach to making and design. Sitting somewhere between art, sculpture and wearable fashion, each one-of-a-kind piece from Younger's collection is handmade from natural latex moulds in Melbourne.
Designed and made in Australia, Wendy Bannister’s luxurious collection of scarves is produced in limited editions. Every scarf is digitally printed on a fine Italian modal cashmere, and is hand-finished with rolled edges and eyelash fringing. Each one is named after the destination where the image was taken, or after the species in the case of her Australian eucalypt series. #craftvictoria #craftvic Bannister, Handcrafted Ceramics, Craft Shop, Cashmere Scarf, Limited Editions, Design Crafts, Modal, Species
WENDY BANNISTER, TAXIDI | CAPRI MODAL CASHMERE SCARF
Designed and made in Australia, Wendy Bannister’s luxurious collection of scarves is produced in limited editions. Every scarf is digitally printed on a fine Italian modal cashmere, and is hand-finished with rolled edges and eyelash fringing. Each one is named after the destination where the image was taken, or after the species in the case of her Australian eucalypt series. #craftvictoria #craftvic
Fascinated with structure and an incurable need to understand how things work, Daisy is an Australian designer working mostly within a handwoven practice. Her works have also been featured by the likes of Frankie Magazine, Outlier Blog and Also in a recent feature by Pimms Australia showcasing young women in business. Daisy now lives and works out of her studio as a weaver, a freelance designer, a lecturer at RMIT and a studio manager at Toast Workroom. #craftvictoria #craftvic Frankie Magazine, Cotton Drawstring Bags, Creative Business, Textile Design, Print Clothes
DAISY WATT | 'MARBLES' HANDWOVEN DRAWSTRING BAG
Fascinated with structure and an incurable need to understand how things work, Daisy is an Australian designer working mostly within a handwoven practice. Her works have also been featured by the likes of Frankie Magazine, Outlier Blog and Also in a recent feature by Pimms Australia showcasing young women in business. Daisy now lives and works out of her studio as a weaver, a freelance designer, a lecturer at RMIT and a studio manager at Toast Workroom. #craftvictoria #craftvic
Cassie Leatham is a Taungurung/Wurundjeri woman of the Kulin Nation. At a young age Cassie demonstrated a talent in art using a variety of different mediums and techniques. It was through discovering her Aboriginal heritage that she began exploring traditional ways of creating using traditional materials and methods. Cassie is self-taught and inspired by the stories of Indigenous Elders. #craftvictoria #craftvic Aboriginal History, Aboriginal Culture, New Zealand Flax, Different Media, Indigenous Community, Hand Woven Baskets, Cassie, Exploring
CASSIE LEATHAM | HANDWOVEN BASKET
Cassie Leatham is a Taungurung/Wurundjeri woman of the Kulin Nation. At a young age Cassie demonstrated a talent in art using a variety of different mediums and techniques. It was through discovering her Aboriginal heritage that she began exploring traditional ways of creating using traditional materials and methods. Cassie is self-taught and inspired by the stories of Indigenous Elders. #craftvictoria #craftvic
Cassie Leatham is a Taungurung/Wurundjeri woman of the Kulin Nation. At a young age Cassie demonstrated a talent in art using a variety of different mediums and techniques. It was through discovering her Aboriginal heritage that she began exploring traditional ways of creating using traditional materials and methods. Cassie is self-taught and inspired by the stories of Indigenous Elders. #craftvictoria #craftvic Wearable Art
CASSIE LEATHAM | HANDWOVEN BASKET
Cassie Leatham is a Taungurung/Wurundjeri woman of the Kulin Nation. At a young age Cassie demonstrated a talent in art using a variety of different mediums and techniques. It was through discovering her Aboriginal heritage that she began exploring traditional ways of creating using traditional materials and methods. Cassie is self-taught and inspired by the stories of Indigenous Elders. #craftvictoria #craftvic
Cassie Leatham is a Taungurung/Wurundjeri woman of the Kulin Nation. At a young age, Cassie demonstrated talent in art using a variety of different mediums and techniques. It was through discovering her Aboriginal heritage that she began exploring traditional ways of creating using traditional materials and methods. Cassie is self-taught and inspired by the stories of Indigenous Elders. #craftvictoria #craftvic
CASSIE LEATHAM | HANDWOVEN BASKET
Cassie Leatham is a Taungurung/Wurundjeri woman of the Kulin Nation. At a young age, Cassie demonstrated talent in art using a variety of different mediums and techniques. It was through discovering her Aboriginal heritage that she began exploring traditional ways of creating using traditional materials and methods. Cassie is self-taught and inspired by the stories of Indigenous Elders. #craftvictoria #craftvic
Barbara Rogers is a textile designer and artist who specialises in exclusive fabrics for fashion and interiors. She has gained international acclaim for her work which incorporates innovative shibori techniques together with other traditional methods. #craftvictoria #craftvic Shibori Dye, Silk Dyeing, Hand Dyeing, Gallery Of Modern Art, Art Gallery, Study Trips, National Art School, Hand Dyed Silk Scarf
BARBARA ROGERS | SHIBORI DYED SILK SCARF
Barbara Rogers is a textile designer and artist who specialises in exclusive fabrics for fashion and interiors. She has gained international acclaim for her work which incorporates innovative shibori techniques together with other traditional methods. #craftvictoria #craftvic
Barbara Rogers is a textile designer and artist who specialises in exclusive fabrics for fashion and interiors. She has gained international acclaim for her work which incorporates innovative shibori techniques together with other traditional methods. #craftvictoria #craftvic Shibori Techniques
BARBARA ROGERS | SHIBORI DYED SILK SCARF
Barbara Rogers is a textile designer and artist who specialises in exclusive fabrics for fashion and interiors. She has gained international acclaim for her work which incorporates innovative shibori techniques together with other traditional methods. #craftvictoria #craftvic
Isabel Avendano Hazbun has a practice driven by process. Completing both a Bachelor of Design in Textiles from COFA at UNSW and a Certificate IV in Fine-Furniture Design and Technology from the Sturt School for Wood in Mittagong, NSW – Avendano Hazburn works both in and at the intersection of fibre and wood. #craftvictoria #craftvic Fine Furniture Design, Bachelor, Isabel, Certificate, Practice, Process, Technology
ISABEL AVENDANO-HAZBUN | PURPLE AND GREY TARE SERIES NECKLACE
Isabel Avendano Hazbun has a practice driven by process. Completing both a Bachelor of Design in Textiles from COFA at UNSW and a Certificate IV in Fine-Furniture Design and Technology from the Sturt School for Wood in Mittagong, NSW – Avendano Hazburn works both in and at the intersection of fibre and wood. #craftvictoria #craftvic
Isabel Avendano Hazbun has a practice driven by process. Completing both a Bachelor of Design in Textiles from COFA at UNSW and a Certificate IV in Fine-Furniture Design and Technology from the Sturt School for Wood in Mittagong, NSW – Avendano Hazburn works both in and at the intersection of fibre and wood. #craftvictoria #craftvic Clarence, Cool Lighting, Rope Bracelet
ISABEL AVENDANO-HAZBUN | BLUE AND GREY TARE SERIES NECKLACE
Isabel Avendano Hazbun has a practice driven by process. Completing both a Bachelor of Design in Textiles from COFA at UNSW and a Certificate IV in Fine-Furniture Design and Technology from the Sturt School for Wood in Mittagong, NSW – Avendano Hazburn works both in and at the intersection of fibre and wood. #craftvictoria #craftvic
Cassie Leatham is a Taungurung/Wurundjeri woman of the Kulin Nation. Cassie was born on Gunai Kurnai country and is an active member of the Gippsland Indigenous community. She is an Indigenous artist, master weaver, traditional dancer, bushtukka woman and educator.  Her woven bags are based on traditional fishing net weaving techniques that she learnt from her grandfather. #craftvictoria #craftvic Ideas, Country, Weaving, Traditional, Bags, Handwoven Bag, Woven Bag, Woven Bags
CASSIE LEATHAM | PANDANAS HANDWOVEN BAG
Cassie Leatham is a Taungurung/Wurundjeri woman of the Kulin Nation. Cassie was born on Gunai Kurnai country and is an active member of the Gippsland Indigenous community. She is an Indigenous artist, master weaver, traditional dancer, bushtukka woman and educator. Her woven bags are based on traditional fishing net weaving techniques that she learnt from her grandfather. #craftvictoria #craftvic
Fascinated with structure and an incurable need to understand how things work, Daisy is an Australian designer working mostly within a handwoven practice.  With a love for the creative community, Daisy established Toast Workroom at the age of 22. The all-women communal studio space is home to half a dozen creative women who work alongside each other on their respective creative practices, as well as a platform for friends/collaborators and others within the community to launch new products. Hand Woven Blanket, Throw Blanket, Melbourne Au, Mercerized Cotton, Studio Space, Communal, Dobby
DAISY WATT | HAND WOVEN BLANKET
Fascinated with structure and an incurable need to understand how things work, Daisy is an Australian designer working mostly within a handwoven practice. With a love for the creative community, Daisy established Toast Workroom at the age of 22. The all-women communal studio space is home to half a dozen creative women who work alongside each other on their respective creative practices, as well as a platform for friends/collaborators and others within the community to launch new products.
Fascinated with structure and an incurable need to understand how things work, Daisy is an Australian designer working mostly within a handwoven practice.  With a love for the creative community, Daisy established Toast Workroom at the age of 22. The all-women communal studio space is home to half a dozen creative women who work alongside each other on their respective creative practices, as well as a platform for friends/collaborators and others within the community to launch new products.
DAISY WATT | HAND WOVEN BLANKET
Fascinated with structure and an incurable need to understand how things work, Daisy is an Australian designer working mostly within a handwoven practice. With a love for the creative community, Daisy established Toast Workroom at the age of 22. The all-women communal studio space is home to half a dozen creative women who work alongside each other on their respective creative practices, as well as a platform for friends/collaborators and others within the community to launch new products.
Wearable art and the perfect shopping companion - bubble totes by @mollyyounger — ‘My current collection of latex luggage came about as I wanted to develop accessories for everyday life, with a grounding in conceptual practice, continuing to utilise mould making, casting and latex'. - @mollyyounger — Explore in-store at Craft, Watson Place, off Flinders Lane or online at shop@craft.org.au #craftvictoria #craftvic Moda Australiana, Rubber Bags, Paper Lunch Bags, Australian Fashion Designers, London College Of Fashion, One Bag, Printed Bags, Luggage Bags
Molly Younger | RED BUBBLE TOTE BAG
Wearable art and the perfect shopping companion - bubble totes by @mollyyounger — ‘My current collection of latex luggage came about as I wanted to develop accessories for everyday life, with a grounding in conceptual practice, continuing to utilise mould making, casting and latex'. - @mollyyounger — Explore in-store at Craft, Watson Place, off Flinders Lane or online at shop@craft.org.au #craftvictoria #craftvic