Buy local from makers market
DAGLISH-BASED bedlinen designer-retailer Bedtonic is participating in Bazaar.
The November 30 to December 2 event at Fremantle Arts Centre is a one-stop shop for market-goers to buy local from some of the most skilled makers in WA.
Daglish resident Julie Ramsay founded Bedtonic in mid 2016 and she will show her linen products at Bazaar for the first time.
The mother of one designs French Flax linen products at her Daglish home including bedding, loungewear, duvets, sheet sets, pillow slips, European pillow cases, tablecloths, baby cot sets and tunic wear.
The linen is sourced from a factory in the North East province of Shanghai.
“The work that goes into making linen, some people forget, and we’ve become so disposable these days,” she said.
“The process is all about slow fashion and I love linen for its health benefits and environmental sustainability.”
Back: Julie Ramsay of Bedtonic, artist Susie Marwick and Anthea Carboni of Yuniko Studio. Front: Lisa Gardner of Kor, Fleur Barrett of Wildflower Luxury Candles, Kathryn Heaney of Prints by Bow. Picture: Andrew Ritchie