I've been lucky enough to have my tea towel collection, along with my greetings cards and the Me Old China range of jewellery selected to be a part of the work showcased at the newly opened Blue Urchin Gallery in Trentham.
In the gallery cushions with teapots sit alongside hand-thrown ceramic vessles and decorative plates, painted artwork and stoneware pots filled with herbs hang from walls, with hand-made jewellery items and children's ranges of ceramic pieces are found amongst the collection.
I'm super chuffed that Kyneton's beautiful boutique store Rundell & Rundell are now also stocking my tea towel collection, alongside their selection of hand-made and tradtionally crafted goods. The first order sold out in two weeks, but more has been added to the shop!
I've posted about the Rundell & Rundell woodwork workshops previously, and you can see an article about the very cute shop Glen and Lisa Rundell run on The Countryfiles.
Rundell & Rundell: 29 Piper Street, Kyneton