These are my new goodword building blocks. Made from hardwood off cuts that I rescued from the firewood pile last night. Actually they were IN the fire and I pulled them out just before it was too late – I liked their blocky shapes. A bit singed and smelling lovely and I’m going to make a few more. Want one? Let me know.

These are my new goodword building blocks. Made from hardwood off cuts that I rescued from the firewood pile last night. Actually they were IN the fire and I pulled them out just before it was too late - I liked their blocky shapes. A bit singed and smelling lovely and I’m going to make a few more. Want one? Let me know.

I’ve just got together a small group of big Scrapcloth lampshades – for hanging pendants and standard lamp bases – and they will be getting delivered to Station Street Store in Blackheath on Thursday. If you’re heading west over the long weekend drop in. They are just off the highway over the railway line right next to Blackheath station and they’ve got some really nice pieces in there. All Australian made and all very lovely.

I’ve just got together a small group of big Scrapcloth lampshades - for hanging pendants and standard lamp bases - and they will be getting delivered to Station Street Store in Blackheath on Thursday. If you’re heading west over the long weekend drop in. They are just off the highway over the railway line right next to Blackheath station and  they’ve got some really nice pieces in there. All Australian made and all very lovely.

This is my first post of a sweet 12 month collaboration with a nice chap called Mark who likes to take photos of the local native plants that he’s noticed on his walks around Blackheath. I invited him to explore our land and see what he might find. Already not even a week in and he’s found heaps. This flower is known as Red Five corners. We have started a new insta post about the project @roughtracknotes it’s called and this is the very beginning of something really nice.

This is my first post of a sweet 12 month collaboration with a nice  chap called Mark who likes to take photos of the local native plants that he’s noticed on his walks around Blackheath. I invited him to explore our land and see what he might find. Already not even a week in and he’s found heaps. This flower is known as Red Five corners. We have started a new insta post about the project @roughtracknotes it’s called and this is the very beginning of something really nice.