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There is no such thing as too small of scrap of kantha. After I finish a project, I see all the tiny pieces together. Then I will cut it up into another project, sew the scraps and repeat over and over.
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Lichens are great for natural dyeing but also have medicinal uses. Luckily, I have a never ending supply just out my front door..
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Making amulets out of bits of found items, a good cold day project.
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Soft luggage - I needed a proper bag for clothes when traveling to and fro this year with many road trips to Kentucky as I hope to make progress with the studio renovation.
Clean clothes come out, dirty clothes go in, the whole mess gets washed - simple.
cheap - made from kantha scraps and a zipper from the stash and it gave me opportunity to dust off the serger.
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Over the holidays, I was able to restock my etsy shop with the gradient shade bundles. I have also been adding many Shibori and Agate fabrics.
The fabric above is a favorite of mine from last weeks dyeing.
link to etsy is in the side column.
The web site still has some bad links and errors, I really made a mess of it and hope to have it cleaned up soon.
Posted at 11:55 AM in Hand Dyed Fabric, One of a Kind - for purchase | Permalink