Thursday, May 27, 2010


For those of you who live for the revitalised "nanna arts" now is your time to shine. Brisbane City Council and Bleeding Heart have put together a great Festival called Saviours Of The Lost Arts. The events kicked off a couple of days ago and will run in to June.

FREE workshop series will be presented over two weeks, from May 24- June 5 and everyone is invited to get crafty. You don’t need any special skills, just a willingness to get involved. Craft types will include- dyeing, weaving, spinning, wood crafts, multicultural crafts, crochet, cross stitch, embroidery, knitting, patchwork, ceramics, glass and metal crafts, beading, scrapbooking, lapidary, flower craft, decorative folk art, cake making and decorating and much, much more.

The workshop I'm most looking forward to is next Tuesday night's "Zero Waste Fashion" presented by 'The Stitchery' (QUT) and run by two very talented and lovely ladies (who happen to be QUT Fashion honour students *wink*) So hunt out that favourite ball of yarn and your sewing scissors and get crafting!
(head over to Bleeding Heart or Brisstyle for more info)

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