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Wild Things, my exhibition with Sharyn Hall at Mount Coot-tha Botanical gardens is on again! Come along for a visit to see some inspiring textile works and pick up some lovely gifts for Christmas.This is the link for details. http://www.wendybailye.com/events/ Some of … Continue reading
Having a fabulous felt and travel time in Norway and the UK. I LOVE SHEEP. I LOVE FELT!
Have had a wonderful creative beginning to the year with classes in all sorts of places! Started with teaching on a fabulous cruise to South East Asia followed by some of my own studio classes .I have picked a few … Continue reading
Just realised that I gave out some cards with wrong date stickers on them for my Wild things Exhibition in November at the arts trails.If I gave you a card with a sticker please change the date to the Wed 25- … Continue reading
Would love to see you ! My studio will be open every weekend in June 10 am -3 pm as part of our local open studios see www.creativesamford.com for map and details….Trails Map and flyer . You will see the most amazing … Continue reading
Here are a few pieces I made before leaving… Then on to the ship where I taught three wonderful classes with a great bunch of participants whilst floating around South East Asia.Wonderful fun.
A busy year has begun.Finding myself more mindful of creating a year that is busy but not stressful.That in itself is a wonderful challenge. Just back from teaching a two day class in Canberra..great class and well received.This week I … Continue reading
Thank you to Hannah French for helping me do some new flyers.We have spent the week together trying to get some order into my life! A feltmakers life is never dull!Teaching in Canberra in March Teaching at Jumpers and Jazz … Continue reading
A lovely surprise came with the arrival of my Felt Matters the journal of the International Feltmakers Association.My work was featured on the cover along with the article on my woolly origins! Next I have finally finished … Continue reading