About Woven by Society 

Woven by Society sells womens clothing, organises workshops, profiles storytellers (through their crafts), shares stories and provides inspiration. It is a community that teaches, learns, shares, creates and empowers all through craft.

When I established Woven by Society, I started to run sewing workshops and provide opportunities for women to connect and build community. I want to help empower others to not only teach, but learn and share.

After about a year of running sewing classes and wanting to expand my business. I decided to start making (and selling) women’s clothing – each piece being unique and individual to reflect that as women we are too. I loved the idea of one person being the only person to have that unique piece. The designs are often basic, as I let the fabrics speak for themselves and use them as the showpiece. With my left over pieces of fabric, I make zip purses, brooches and re-usable book covers. This helps me use all the fabric pieces as well as provide different items (not only adding to my creative outlet, but offering different options and price points for people to access).

Craft is a great medium to share stories, traditions and cultures and have fun. Personally, I find it incredibly fulfilling and satisfying to sew as I have made something unique and personal.

Everyone has gifts, talents and strengths and we all have something to contribute. Send your photos to info@wovenbysociety.com.au or join us on Facebook, Instagram or Pinterest and tag your posts #wovenbysociety. This is your opportunity to share and watch Woven by Society continue to grow through your involvement. So jump in and join this amazing community!

Sharing Stories

Products

All our fabrics and products have beautiful stories behind them. Visit our shop and include them in your story telling.

Workshops

Find out what’s happening and
where I’ll be.

Storytellers

We all have stories to share…stories of ourselves, our craft and our dreams. Find some inspiration through our stories.

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