Thursday, 31 October 2013

Exhibition continues

We had a one off Wardrobe in the Garden exhibition last Sunday, but due to bad weather we had to move into the gallery at Lillico. Cathy, the owner has very kindly let us leave our things there for another two or three weeks, which is great, so if you're anywhere near Warragul in the next two weeks they would love to see you, there are some great things for sale, including lots of Patsy Worledge one off coats and bags as well as scarves and cuffs made by Dot .


part of my jewellery and bag display





a few of my bags.

Below is a king parrot who visited our bird feeder this morning.


Thanks for stopping by and for your lovely comments, they are much appreciated.



10 comments:

Judy McCarthy said...

I'm sorry about the rain Ro, but maybe it worked out ok with the other gallery.
I LOVE your bags!What great colours and stitching.Hope you do well. You should sell lots.

Heather said...

Wow - those bags are gorgeous and so unusual. I can't imagine looking up the garden and seeing a king parrot feeding out there! We get excited if we get a woodpecker.

TwinkleToes2day said...

Loving those bags very muchly. Will any make it to your Etsy shop Ro?
That parrot is incredible! How wonderful to have such a bird come to your garden! :D

Jo Murray said...

Hope everyone does their Xmas shopping with you....lovely stuff.

Kristina said...

Everything look so beautiful. HOpe you sell a lot.

Laura said...

Awesome...love the Red bird to visiting...wish we had some colorful ones by our feeders...well we get the BlueJays...but love the red.

Reifyn said...

I can't imagine looking out at one's bird feeder & seeing that red parrot there! That's truly magical to see something like that.

Karen Fields said...

Ro, a beautiful explosion of gorgeousness and creativity!

Clare Wassermann said...

Lovely bags! That parrot needs one of your bags to wear...he'd match it so well!!

Bonnie Miller said...

And thank you to the parrot too! Isn't he a handsome one...as colourful as your work!