On Saturday the 8th I explored the beautiful Hinata festival held in the gorgeous bushland setting of the Bibra Lake Steiner school in WA.
There where traditional and modern handmade goodies, delicious food, including a burger with grilled pressed rice instead of bread, excellent gluten free option, indigo and plant dyeing workshops, kids craft, music and more and more..
I had such a great time I didnt take a single photograph! yes kicked myself afterwards…
but i did photograph some of the gorgeous things i purchased there…
so enjoy looking at these and imagining what the festival was like,
and if you live in Perth get to the Japanese Hinata festival next year!!
the detail on the pocket of my new denim shift…
playful original watercolour for Lily’s room when we get a house with walls again…
roving/wool tops dyed with, indigo, sour sop, eucalypt and another i forgot
five layer muslin hankies or flannels
I have coveted these in the house of my friends who invited me, ha now I have my own!
buttons covered in vintage Kimono fabric
whimsical artwork by Nuoko
a beautiful day and fantastic handmade specials
I read a great quote which was along the lines of
If you have money buy, something unique and handmade
I love to support artisans and be supported as an artisan