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Julia Stone’s awesome collection of vintage gear is going up for sale as part of Sew & Tell’s ‘A Very Crafty Christmas’ at Bangalow A&I Hall tomorrow.

As a sample of Julia’s impeccable taste, Rosa Spring-Voss models one here in an appropriate garden-party setting.

Julia says, ‘At Sew & Tell, I’m selling a handpicked selection of vintage dresses that I collected from my travels across the globe and that I’ve worn at a bunch of my shows.

‘I’m thrilled to give them a new life and audience.’

Julia would, of course, have loved to work the stall herself but she’ll be in Sydney playing at Homebake that day, so some of her friends have stepped in to help her out.

Organisers Tory Bauer and Gabe Cramb said, ‘We are curating this edition of Sew & Tell with the festive season in mind and everything that goes along with it. Handmade and vintage gifts are unique. They are special. You feel good giving them.’

Other crafty goods will also be on offer, including everything from handmade journals, children’s clothes, homewares, textiles, stencilling and felting to appliqué, painting, jewellery, handmade cards and wrapping paper. There will also be records and a few additional blokey stalls to find that special something for the fellas.

Sew & Tell’s ‘A Very Crafty Christmas’ will be held at Bangalow A&I Hall this Saturday December 8 from 9am to 1.30pm.

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