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Hello and welcome to Hannah Goanna, based in Sydney Australia. We sell handmade jewellery (by Hannah) and knitted dolls (by Hannah’s grandmother Bev).

Shop: http://www.etsy.com/shop/HannahGoanna
Website/Blog: www.hannahgoanna.com
Twitter: @goannawoman

I appreciate helpful critique and advice in relation to my products and shop, and I am more than willing to answer any questions or discuss custom orders.

From Hannah:
I was first inspired to use beads when I saw the wonderful collection my friend had and made my first bracelet. Ever since then I have loved shopping for beads, making them into jewellery and selling my creations to those that love them too. I am inspired by colour, and pattern, every day sights, and fantasy. I use a wide range of beads – I…

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  • Female
  • Born on February 4
  • Joined November 23, 2011

Favorite materials

Glass beads, Stone beads, Sterling Silver, Handmade beads

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About

Hello and welcome to Hannah Goanna, based in Sydney Australia. We sell handmade jewellery (by Hannah) and knitted dolls (by Hannah’s grandmother Bev).

Shop: http://www.etsy.com/shop/HannahGoanna
Website/Blog: www.hannahgoanna.com
Twitter: @goannawoman

I appreciate helpful critique and advice in relation to my products and shop, and I am more than willing to answer any questions or discuss custom orders.

From Hannah:
I was first inspired to use beads when I saw the wonderful collection my friend had and made my first bracelet. Ever since then I have loved shopping for beads, making them into jewellery and selling my creations to those that love them too. I am inspired by colour, and pattern, every day sights, and fantasy. I use a wide range of beads – I have a cupboard full of them. I tend to buy anything that catches my eye, whether I can envisage their future in jewellery or not.

From Bev:
I knit because I enjoy doing things with my hands. My sister first taught me to cast on, and knit when I was 10 years old. I started making jumpers, but as time went on, jumpers weren’t needed anymore because you can buy them easily in shops, so now I knit other quicker things like scarves and dolls. I customise my patterns to use what colours I like. One doll takes me around a week to make. Lately I have also been buying second hand bears and knitting them colourful jumpsuits. I also like to sew, and I often made costumes for my grandkids when they were little.

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