FancyLadyIndustries

Let's Get Fancy

Cleveland, Queensland · 89 Sales

FancyLadyIndustries

Let's Get Fancy

Cleveland, Queensland 89 Sales On Etsy since 2008

5 out of 5 stars
(21)

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Note from shop owner I'm going to be at the Sober Bob Art Pop-up Saturday October 1 at Southside Tearoom selling my bumbags and jewellery.

Note from shop owner

Last updated on 30 Sep, 2016

I'm going to be at the Sober Bob Art Pop-up Saturday October 1 at Southside Tearoom selling my bumbags and jewellery.

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5 out of 5 stars
(21)
Dimmie

Dimmie on 27 Sep, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

I already own quite a few of the older generation Fat necklaces, but these new ones are even better! So sturdy and well designed, and absolutely perfect for the discerning fat activist!

Dimmie

Dimmie on 27 Sep, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

My mum unfortunately fractured her spine recently, and is unable to carry a bag any more, so this bumbag is perfect for her!

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Check out my suitcase stall at the Ipswich Handmade Expo on the weekend!

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Neon Flamingos Bumbag - small and large sizes
AU$45.00
My sewing table is chaos. But I can keep track of most of it... Some of these are coming to the shop! Some are already spoken for.

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Mum loved her mumbag!

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About

It's about a lady who is fancy who makes a lot of different things.

A few years ago I was drawing and designing acrylic jewellery and decided to open up my online shop, fancyladyindustries.com. I've been making a huge variety of things over the last 5 years, and they may seem quite random but those efforts of my industry all come from the one place - my weirdo brain.

I'm all about living life creatively and with passion. My illustrations deal with self image and my body, and pretty much my whole creative practice has a grounding in feminism. When I studied art at university I was very interested in reclaiming "women's crafts" and as I head towards my 40s I'm quite proud that I have accumulated a number of craft skills. I spin yarn, crochet and knit, paint, draw, design, make jewellery, sew, draft patterns, and sing and play ukulele at a fairly average level.

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  • Natalie Perkins

    Owner, Designer

    Hello! I am a crafty lady from Queensland, Australia and I spend 100% of my life making or planning to make. I've been sewing since I was 13, I studied art at 17, became a graphic designer at 22, then decided to try and bundle it all together!

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