Wednesday, May 19, 2010
I've created a whole separate blog called
"Random Acts of Dyeness" to showcase my hand dyed,painted and discharged cloth. I cannot justify another dye session without getting some of this fun out in to the world! And if you do buy something please let me know what you make from it. It would be so much fun to share what other artists make from my raw materials.
Instead of selling single pieces, I've decided to put together groupings of fabric that play well together reasoning that this works better for the many artists who work in small formats.
One of these bundles goes a long way.
I 've posted titles from Archer (gone to Arlee) through Zenobia (just posted today) and won't be making any new groups for at least a week. Once a week is enough already, but my studio is still knee deep in cloth. But of course you know I've kept the tastiest bits for my own.
Ridiculously cheap, always fabulous (well, sometimes there's the red-head step child that some mother, someplace will adore). Always email me for availability as these groups are all one of a kind and it's always first come first served. As they are sold and shipped, I'll take them down and before you know it there will be something new and tasty.
at May 19, 2010
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