What we do
Here at Craft School Oz with our online craft courses we'll have you making beautiful work in no time!
Our online craft workshops allow you to learn at your own pace, in your own time. You will have access to your course for as long as you like.
For a sneak peek at some of our most popular workshops, take a look at our online craft courses below!
Natural Dyeing Techniques for Fabrics and Raffia
Master simple techniques to create beautiful colours and tones for your stitching and basketry projects. We've taken the complexity out of the dyeing process so you can get started, and make beautiful colours in no time, using things found in the common pantry.
Learn the art of Slow Stitching
Learn the meditative art of slow stitching. Slow stitching is a new term but its practice is ancient. In this fun workshop, I will show you how to create a range of slow stitching projects from your own designs. This course comes with a complimentary Creative Mending workshop!
We don't just teach craft - there are some really important values at the core of everything we do!
We believe that above all else, being curious is what develops your ability to create, and we want everyone to have the confidence to try new things.
We know that giving yourself time to play and experiment is important for any maker. We love the idea of never striving for perfection or comparing our work to others, but instead embracing and celebrating differences.
We are inspired by those around us, the artists, crafters, and makers within our community, and sometimes beyond.
We work together to limit our environmental footprint when crafting. Where possible we only use sustainable or recycled materials and limit our purchases of new products.
Playing and experimenting
Acknowledgment of Country
We acknowledge the Wurundjeri people as the traditional custodians of the land that we call home. We pay our respects to their Elders, past and present, and respect their continuing culture and customs, wisdom, and teachings that have nurtured this land for so long.
We also acknowledge the First Australians as the traditional custodians of this continent, whose cultures are among the oldest living cultures in human history.
Sovereignty was never ceded.