Meet the Makers
We love supporting local makers!
When I was 10, my Nanna taught me how to crochet. She was a natural with yarn and had taught herself to knit as child with two nails and a piece of string. It is a skill I put aside for many years and it wasn’t until I found myself unable to work due to the pandemic that I once again had the time and remembered my love for it. A number friends were having babies during this time so I decided to create each of them a box filled with handmade crochet baby items. It brought me joy and distraction in an otherwise very difficult time. My friends could not have been more grateful to receive their boxes knowing the time and love that went into each and every item, as I shared these items I heard over and over again ‘you should sell these’. Eventually that’s what I decided to do and Natural Baby ~ Handmade was created.
The handmade baby market is a small market but I know that everyone that purchases an item understands the time, love and passion that goes into every item. They appreciate that they’re getting quality materials and unique pieces that are unlikely to be seen on anyone else. All my items are made from 100% Australian cotton so they soft, breathable and perfect for use all year round. Toys teethers and accessories are made from the same high quality 100% Australia cotton.
Rosie from Natural Baby ~ Handmade
The Terra Collective is a mother/daughter team (Tracey & Nicole) based in South Australia. We offer ethically made clothing and accessories and can proudly say that everything is made from eco friendly materials.
As a small business with sustainability at its heart, we aim to boost the knowledge on slow fashion and reduce wastage and our environmental footprint.
We offer Made to Order services meaning we only make what you want and keep on hand very small quantities of stock to avoid wastage.
My name is Elizabeth and I'm a fibre artist based in Victoria. I've always been a creative person and have had many hobbies over the years. When I stumbled across crocheting 8 years ago, I was obsessed and have been ever since. I started making dolls for my two little girls and since then I knew it was something I wanted to continue, so Grace Knots was born.
Being sustainable and eco friendly is very important to me and I am always working towards maintaining this ethos in my brand. I work from home in a little beach town, creating beautiful heirloom dolls for your little ones.