Category Archives: Greeves St.
Last Friday at sewing group the Greeves St Project volunteers finished a huge number of Christmas tree decorations. That’s right. We are already preparing for the December trade. A volunteer brought her beautiful 7 year old daughter and one of … Continue reading →
We took a break from sewing and had a great time at the Ian Potter Gallery to see the 200 Years of Australian Fashion exhibition. It finishes late July and was truly beautiful.
Congratulations to the second Greeves St. Project graduate! Not only did she graduate from the Greeves St. program but she managed to secure a job. She is also very keen to set up her machine at home and begin to … Continue reading →
It seems a long time since the woman holding this beautiful embroidered button she’d just finished, began her involvement with the Greeves St. project. But, I think anyway, that is because we have grown to know her and love her … Continue reading →
Gorgeous heart-shaped Christmas decorations will be available later in 2016. Watch this space. Tablet or laptop covers, fully lined and padded out for safe handling. Standard sizes available.
Rona Green’s fantastical figurative prints, poppets, paintings and drawings explore ideas about identity. Specifically, her interest is in the potential of the body to be a vehicle for story by means of transformative devices, particularly anthropomorphism and body decoration. The … Continue reading →
Love putting our swing tags on an order. These wheat bags are for the Grumpy Swimmer in Elwood.