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Weaving Wednesday // Beach Inspirations....





Another week, another weave! Taking inspiration from my beautiful surroundings 'The Beach'. I wanted this weave to reflect a painting (in a way). From the driftwood hanger to the deep blues - symbolising the depths of the ocean. The fluffy puffs of the finest roving merino wool represents the whitewash of the waves crashing on to the shore. Let's not forget the tiny seashells hidden on the sand.

Free Postage within Australia. Yours for $110.00  SORRY IT'S SOLD
Please contact me via email pinchmebeautiful@gmail.com for custom orders.

I hope you enjoy seeing my work on my blog as much as I love sharing it with you all. It allows me to indulge my other passion - sharing my  fancy photos with you. I even managed a decent photo of myself this week (but all credit to the hubby for that one)!

For anyone local to the Central Coast of NSW...  drop in and meet me at my first market stall - August 9. See below for directions to the "Pinch Me Beautiful Weaves" stall... The stall will also have a special bonus - handmade goodness from Greta's Handcraft & Patchworkcactus). So do drop in and be sure to say "Hi!"



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  1. oh my gosh it's BEAUTIFUL and I love the fancy photoshoot! I too have been wanting to do the exact same shoot, with a driftwood tee pee and hanging my dreamcatchers. So dreamy, I love it. So talented and congrats on the quick sale wooo hoo xx

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