Kat's creative work dazzles at the market

SURROUNDED by sparkling beads and shiny jewels, Harwood Island woman Kat Willett yesterday looked every inch the designer.

Kat was selling her creative wares, alongside Community Programs disabled clients, at a twice-yearly market in Grafton.

She said she had been designing jewellery for a while but it was the first time she had ever had her work up for sale.

“I do it just for the fun of it,” she said.

“If my friends want something I make it up.”

Other items up for sale at the market yesterday included craftwork such as sewn doorstops, beaded coat hangers, dream catchers and hanging decorations, as well as a range of jewellery.

The group was also doing their bit for the Cancer Council, running a Biggest Morning Tea fundraiser at the same time as the market.

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