We are taking expressions of interest for a new Meditative Adornment Felting Workshop in Bali – May 2019! Back by popular demand, Nicole and I are putting together another Bali workshop. We felt, we stitch, we learn from local craftsmen how to indigo dye, silversmithing, traditional offering weaving and participate in the rich local culture. Email us your expression of interest and we will make sure you receive all the details. or for more details click here.


The price of wool in Australian dollars has been increasing since 2014.  According to Dr. Caroline Gunning-Trant, senior ABARES Economist.  The expectation is now for strong continued demand for Australia wool exports and strengthening of prices for producers.

“In the two years since early January 2015, prices have risen by about 35 per cent,” Dr Gunning-Trant said.  In the past five years the AWEX monthly Eastern Market Indicator has never been higher. Continue reading

Debbie Leung’s ‘Little Ones’ Project

In 2015-16 I started to investigate the possibility of using wool felt to make a cheongsam (the body-hugging one-piece Chinese dress).  I have been trained with the traditional technique in making cheongsam.  This is a very special set of skills to make bespoke 3D tight fitted dress.  The technique, concept and aesthetics are quite different from our modern day garment making.  As a keen promoter of Chinese cultural dress (there is a lot of social and political history about cheongsam), I would like to merge cheongsam making and felt since I am very fond of both. Continue reading