handmade hemp jewellery by Heather Frahn

Heather’s handmade hemp jewellery!

Most of you would know me from music and sound in some way. But did you know that I also make jewellery? I studied jewellery making in the late 1990’s when I was a youngster, and over the years I’ve really enjoyed dabbling in it still, even though music has been my main creative focus. I love natural materials like wood, twine, shells and seeds. I’m very chuffed to announce that my good friend Sally Francis and daughter Isla, have invited me to have some of my handmade hemp jewellery in their new sustainable shop ‘Perhaps Hand’, situated in a groovy little spot in Adelaide’s city.​

Go grab yourself a gift, or buy up on sustainable items for Christmas for your loved ones at ‘Perhaps Hand’!

Here’s the details about ‘Perhaps Hand’:

Run by Sally and Isla Francis, the ‘perhaps hand’ store promotes sustainable living through the sale of recycled and handmade goods, including clothing, books, jewellery, artworks, skin care and homeware products.
They make it easy for you to buy responsibly with the health of our future in mind. Feel good about purchasing with 5% of their sales donated to Conservation SA.

Based at The Mill artist precinct in Adelaide, the ‘perhaps hand’ store is situated in a lively arts environment and is located adjacent to the central gallery space, which hosts an ongoing artist residency program, and other creative retail outlets (see website for more details).

Opening Hours: Fridays 10am – 6pm, and Saturdays 11am-5pm
The Mill, 154 Angas St, Adelaide SA 5000