DIY Stuffed Koala for Australia Fire Relief

My brother and his Australian wife live in Melbourne and they’ve been sharing insights into the devastating fires that have burned millions of acres, over 500 million animals, important eco spheres, and many lives and I’ve been personally invested. It’s so sickening and disheartening . I’m sure I’m like you and don’t quite know how to contribute until @ruthribeaucourt asked if we wanted to contribute to an art auction starting TODAY and we didn’t hesitate. Yes please! All proceeds will go toward the Australian Red Cross.

To contribute to the auction, we made this stuffed koala, which you can bid at starting today here and we are selling the PDF pattern in our shop. All proceeds will go to the same cause.

Art Auction for Australian Relief

The idea to do a koala came from Australian stylist and photographer Kara Rosenlund who made a goal to raise $8k for the koalas who are being lost and has now to date raised over $167k! It’s extraordinary. And her videos on the koalas is heartbreaking.

The auction we are participating in features over a hundred artists from around the world contributing their work. Please consider bidding to contribute to this extraordinary cause.

You can find our PDF koala pattern here
You can bid over at @RuthRibeaucourt ‘s Instagram page

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