Australian Knitting


“ I live on a farm just out of Deniliquin in southern New South Wales. I love living in a place where I am in daily contact with the natural environment. Nature just seems to have all the answers, even if at times it may be extreme or harsh things in nature generally work themselves out. This inspires my love of natural fibres”.

And of all the natural fibres, Australian merino wool is the one Jo is most passionate about. Her interest in making things with wool began as a child under the care of her creative mother and two grandmothers but it was not until Jo studied textile design at college that she became serious about knitting and fascinated by its

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