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And All That Jazz

Friday Fictioneers – Write a 100-word story based on the Photo Prompt image above by  © Rochelle Wisoff-Fields

And All That Jazz

Kellie and Janice from Warwick Spinners and Weavers Group sat back and admired their handiwork. 

“That will do, another 20 hanks of yarn done for the stall.”

“I love this time of year, it’s so colourful with all the new tree-jumper themes. The town sparkles with such a good vibe.”

“The theme is ‘Ripple’. That leaves the creative door wide open!”

“Sure does! Especially after the floods, there will be some great work this year.”

“Spin it, weave it, and they will come…as the movie quote goes!”

Here’s to a great Jumpers and Jazz Festival!”

“And all. That. Jaaaaaaazz!”

Thanks for reading

“Warwick’s winter festival in July on The Southern Downs, SE Queensland, sees a transformation of the CBD streets into a living gallery, with more than 100 handmade ‘tree jumpers’ that inspire and charm spectators even on the coldest of winter days. Jumpers and Jazz began in 2004 and 18 years later the quirky ‘tree jumper’ project has expanded into a 10-day art and music festival.”


23 thoughts on “And All That Jazz

    1. Thanks Mason. The Suitcase Rummage takes a market atmosphere to next level. It has an old fashioned feel to it. There is another bigger market again on the last day.


    1. Thanks, Pooja G. Every year, our crowds grow with the festival. It all started with a quirky idea to dress the bare trees in Winter. It went from there. It was canceled in 2020 with Covid but was back last year. It’s all about textiles, colour, imagination, music, food, dancing variety, pop-up shops packed with locals and visitors, markets, fireworks, classic cars…it’s a full 10 days of fun.

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