Harriet Goodall photographed by Rachel Kara.

Harriet Goodall photographed by Rachel Kara.

Harriet Goodall is a weaver and maker from country NSW best known for her integration of plant materials harvested from local surrounds with discarded elements of industrial or agricultural manufacturing. With partner, Mat Campbell, Harriet founded Warp & Weft – a small business with a big ethical conscience. She now lives outside Robertson on a gorgeous property with Mat and her two children, and it is from that special place that she shares her week in pictures…

Harriet Goodall - My week in pictures - Temple & Webster Journal

Running down to the dam for a fish after school. This is where we live!

Harriet Goodall - My week in pictures - Temple & Webster Journal

A window of the Raw Craft studio shopfront I share with fibre artist Natalie Miller.

Harriet Goodall - My week in pictures - Temple & Webster Journal

I just bought my very own welder! Sparks are flying making steel sculpture.

Harriet Goodall - My week in pictures - Temple & Webster Journal

It’s pretty much all about keeping warm at this time of year in Robertson!

Harriet Goodall - My week in pictures - Temple & Webster Journal

This is the cane I hand dye to make my lights and baskets. I sell it in my shop and use it at workshops where I teach contemporary basketmaking.

Harriet Goodall - My week in pictures - Temple & Webster Journal

I use natural dyes too on silk merino and angora blend yarn.

Harriet Goodall - My week in pictures - Temple & Webster Journal

Image – Alex Tracey

Mat saddles up our horse Pokey.

Harriet Goodall - My week in pictures - Temple & Webster Journal

Image – Alex Tracey

Weekends see us pottering at home with the kids.

Follow Harriet on Instagram @harriet_goodall and Facebook. Visit her website and her shop, Raw Craft, or online store.   

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