Jane Milburn of Textile Beat shares the slow-clothing message by working with councils, teachers, schools and community groups, and presenting talks and workshops.

Read more here: Introducing Jane Milburn of Textile Beat August 2016

Our schedule of rates and offerings is outlined here: Textile Beat offerings July 2016                      To discuss opportunities, contact Jane on 0408 787 964 or jane@textilebeat.com

ACTIVITY for 2017 includes:

March 4 – launch of Restitch Upcycling Project 

March 6-10 Women as Leaders program for Queensland Women’s Week in Isaac Libraries 

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March 13 – Red Earth Leadership dinner, Bunya Mountains

March 19 – Upcycled handmade paper – Oxley CWA

April 22 – Beaudesert – Earth Day 

May 19-21Makers Escape at Montville with Ministry of Handmade



We are limited only by our imaginations. We have fun. We work with whatever we have, with all age and experience levels. We adapt, refashion, repurpose, restyle and reinvent using no-sewing, hand-sewing and machine-sewing techniques. We prefer to work with natural fibres.

Textile Beat workshops


  • Our clothing story – covers ethical dilemmas
  • Slow clothing manfesto – ways to be sustainable and reduce your material footprint
  • Turn passion into purpose – harnessing your creativity for good

Jane Milburn presenting


We influence and inspire change by campaigning for a more sustainable clothing culture.        We provide writing, editing and strategic communications advice for clients.

We create skirts and shifts from favourite clothes that are no longer useful as they are.             History skirts/shifts – made with a story of recreation from bits/pieces of favs/castoffs               Memory skirt/shift/quilts – made as a wearable memory, from clothes of a loved one gone.


Textile Beat values authenticity, individuality, autonomy and purpose. We are committed to inspiring creative reuse of natural fibres, sharing traditional skills of sewing, mending and modifying. Our work aligns with the United Nations’ 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development: goal for sustainable consumption and production patterns.Contact Jane on 0408 787 964 or jane@textilebeat.com


Textile Beat refashion workshops

Upcycled exhibitions and displays