Dalee Ella is an artisanal, environmentally and socially ethical, all Australian made collaboration between artist printmaker Dalee Ella and surface pattern and garment designer Clare Greschke.

We make small batch, thoughtfully designed wearable art garments that are printed by hand and made to last through the many seasons of our lives.

We create to bring the beauty of nature onto our bodies and into our homes. To remind us of our part in the great interconnected web of all life on earth. Connecting us deeper with our environment and grounding us in our unique selves as part of the greater whole.


Meet our latest textile designs

From hand carved lino block - to silkscreen - to fabric, our prints are birthed from our connection to nature and a desire to produce quality textiles that stand the test of time.

We have made every effort imaginable to keep things local, sustainable and of the highest quality possible. Our stretch organic cottons are both knitted and hand screen-printed in Melbourne, Australia.

Burdock and Bird - Our Nurture and Nature Print

Celebrating our relationships to our other than human kin, a moment caught with an Australian eastern honeyeater and the magical healing burdock plant.

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Gold Flannel Flowers

This new colour way in our ever popular flannel flower print is bringing the warmth into these magical flowers, known for their ability to connect us deeper with ourselves.

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Our wearable art is 100% Made in Australia

Circular design in action

All our fabric designs begin as original hand carved lino prints pressed onto linen papers that we carefully craft from the pulped offcuts of our garments.

We are deeply grateful to live and work on beautiful Bandjalang country and Widjabul country. We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians, the Bandjalang people and the Widjabul people of the Bundjalung nation. We would also like to acknowledge that our fabrics are both made and printed on the lands of the Wurundjeri and Wadawurrung peoples of the kulin Nation. We recognise the ancient and continued connection to the land, waters and skies of this special continent, and acknowledge that the people never ceded sovereignty. We pay our respects to elders past, present and emerging and to all First Nations people.