Folios and Fibre is the business name of textile and book artist Jane Flower.

Jane at work in her studio

Jane at work in her studio

Jane is predominantly a textile artist currently working with silk – hand dyeing in a rainbow of colours and also using ecologically sustainable dyeing practices using the native plants indigenous to the locale to dye and print onto silk.  The results are alchemic and individual – no two pieces are the same.

Jane hand makes a variety of notebooks and journals using various techniques.  Expect to find a range of handmade books at the gallery with various covers – exquisite handmade papers, creative mixed media, fabric, local timbers, glass and silk.  Custom orders are welcomed.

Jane is an experienced and engaging tutor and is available for a variety of bookmaking, creative textile and dyeing workshops.  Jane’s workshop “Simply Sewn Books” has been run many times and is a fun, creative workshop that teaches the basics of book making without expensive equipment.  More advanced book structures are taught in “Taped Up”, “Sidebound Books”, “Casebound Books” and “Longstitch/Linkstitch” workshops.

Folios and Fibre  is a treasure trove of books and textiles – you are sure to find an individual and interesting gift either by appointment at Jane’s home studio, at a handmade market in the lower south west or:


MARGARET RIVER SILK ROAD, 307 Harmans Mill Road, Metricup 6280 Western Australia 08 9755 6401 (Open 7 days)

LOFT Handmade Boutique, 139a Hampton Street, Bridgetown, WA – Open 9.30 – 4.30 (except Tuesday and Wednesday)

The Courthouse Gallery, Art Geo Complex, Queen Street, Busselton, WA – Open every day 10am till 4pm   and


8 thoughts on “ABOUT

  1. Congratulations Jane on your new blog. It’s both interesting and informative. I’m looking forward to keeping up to date with what you’re up to!

  2. Hi Jane

    it was such a pleasure to meet you yesterday and see you work. We were quite blown away by your skills and exquisite creations. I have remembered the song your seamless dress reminded me of:

    Are you going to Scarborough Fair?
    Parsley, sage, rosemary, and thyme;
    Remember me to the one who lives there,
    For once she was a true love of mine.
    Tell her to make me a cambric shirt,
    Parsley, sage, rosemary, and thyme;
    Without any seam or needlework,
    Then she shall be a true love of mine.

    • Hi Kate, Thank you for your kind words – I have had such a great time demonstrating at Margaret River Silk Road over the past few weeks and have been invited to do some more demos before Christmas. Of course I know the song you have remembered but actually only know the first 4 lines – I appreciate you researching and providing me with the next few. Best Wishes Jane

  3. Hi Jane, it was lovely to meet you today. I am going to try out some natural printing and dyeing techiques after chatting to you. I feel quite inspired. Stay well. Kerry.

    • Aww Kerry – thank you for reaching out – I am home thinking how nice this morning was to connect with two people I had not met before and spend the morning chatting. I am glad that you were inspired to try some printing – keep in touch Jane

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