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About Me

Welcome to the wonderful world of Jorpins! Here you will find note books, pin cushions, softies and more, all designed and hand made by me with love and care. Jorpins is inspired by my love of felt, fabric and embroidery (and my slight obsession with owls...). Thanks for stopping by, I do hope you find something you like!

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Crazy Daisy gift tags - Pink peach mint green - Set of 3

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  • Crazy Daisy gift tags - Pink peach mint green - Set of 3
  • Crazy Daisy gift tags - Pink orange - Set of 3
  • Pom Pom Wreath - Sunshine
  • Pom Pom Wreath - Celebration - Orange Green Mauve White
  • Geometric Star - 5" embroidery hoop - Green ombre
  • Geometric Star - 5" embroidery hoop - Monochrome black grey
  • Japanese Maple gift tags - Set of 3

My Blog

Death by Doxie : Elfi's Couch

Posted on February 27, 2015 | 12:22 am

Up at the very top of our house is a little room where most of these blog posts are written. Actually, it's not that little; it's our attic space and it's awesome. I've got my desk up there, along with all my various craft supplies - stamps and wool and paper scraps. It's where I keep all the


Posted on February 26, 2015 | 1:20 am

My childhood was full of dogs. And cats. And goldfish. And one very unfortunate guinea pig. I feel so blessed to have had that experience, of growing up with animals. Yes, if you think about it (and if you do the environmental maths), pets are a horribly selfish middle class extravagance. But they can also be the best teachers, counsellors and friends. They can...

IGEC : Illustrators

Posted on February 23, 2015 | 6:10 pm

There are so many talented illustrators and artists on Instagram, it was a near impossible task for me to pick just three. This will be a theme that I'll revisit, for sure. I've followed Chantal Vincent (@chantal__) on the internets in some form or other for many years now and I've had the privilege of watching from the sidelines as she's discovered the joys of sketching. Her landscape and...

15 Things in The Year of the Sheep

Posted on February 18, 2015 | 11:01 pm

It's a brilliant tradition I've started here, isn't it? Writing a list of stuff that I want to do each year, and then not quite doing it. But I really love it. Because a) lists and b) life.Lists because I'm an organiser and a writer and it just makes things feel better when it's all written down. And life because when I don't quite get things done it's normally...

14 Things in the Year Of The Horse : A Final Update

Posted on February 15, 2015 | 6:35 pm

Remember 12 months or so ago when I wrote a list of things I wanted to do in the Year of the Horse? And then remember a few months ago I gave you a...

Jorpins365 : January Favourites

Posted on February 9, 2015 | 7:36 pm

A month and a bit into my 365 project on Instagram and I'm thoroughly enjoying the challenge. Here's a few of my favourites from January - hounds, food, flowers, beach, beach and more beach. Sydney in summer is just magic isn't it?Find all my daily #jorpins365 posts here.


Posted on January 30, 2015 | 5:50 pm

How many people remember your birthday each year? And I mean actually remember it, not Facebook-sent-me-an-alert remember it? For me, I think it's a solid 8.5. My Mum, of course, who will then remind my step-dad (he's the .5). My Dad, for sure. He was a day late in ringing me one year, and felt awful about it, poor guy (it didn't bother me, but it did bother...

A Year of Movies : One : A Most Wanted Man

Posted on January 28, 2015 | 3:01 am

There are three reasons we kicked off our year of movie watching with this slow burn of a thriller. One, we loved Tinker Tailer Soldier Spy* which is also based on a John Le Carré novel. Two, we love Phillip Seymour Hoffman (a genius, so sadly gone too soon). Three, it's generally been well received (

Typography Tuesday : Ann Patchett on Writing

Posted on January 26, 2015 | 6:30 pm

Ann Patchett's This Is The Story Of A Happy Marriage was recommended by someone, somewhere. A favourite author, on the radio, maybe. I'm not that far in to it, but I've already underlined half the book. Ann writes about the art and craft of writing with such clear eyes, it's ...

Death by Doxie : A Ferdi Pillow

Posted on January 15, 2015 | 5:37 pm

When the world keeps throwing up inconceivably horrible things that you struggle to make sense of, sometimes the best thing to do is just sit and watch your dogs sleeping. Seriously - is this not heartbreakingly cute? One dog is good, two dogs who are best of friends is better. Thank you Ferdi and Elfi, for being as adorable as you are. Sometimes, you...