Miss Cooper Makes is Melbourne-based maker, Natasha Kuperman.
Arriving at sewing a little later than most, I’ve loved combining my background of marketing and design, my passion for making and creating, and my journey towards sustainability to arrive at Miss Cooper Makes.
Previously I’ve run a graphic design studio, a beeswax wrap business (which really fuelled my love of organic fabrics and sustainability) and the My Home Harvest blog and facebook page (encouraging people to grow more food form home). Miss Cooper Makes is now my main creative outlet and as an avid op shopper and zero waste enthusiast, I see the potential to recycle and upcycle so many things! The Miss Cooper Makes range is built around the fabrics I come across, both second-hand and new – visit the sewing philosophy page for more details on why I sew, what I sew and I am always open to suggestions on what I could add to the range, so if you have an idea, please get in touch.
Thank you for supporting my small business.