I like this style. For a cloth mask, I don’t think the front seam affects permeability, and it allows for a more comfortable shape along the top edge. Small tucks keep the lower edge under and around your chin. The outer of these is a fairly tight woven, natural dyed cotton. The lining is a…… Continue reading canary mask & pattern
It was a good year for roadside walnuts. In six years, I have yet to meet anyone not pleased to see them taken away. Among other things, I did some basic shibori with the dark brown dye bath. The browns are beautiful. Sometimes people comment on the colours I wear. There’s something noticeable about them.…… Continue reading black walnuts
Tailoring with all natural materials on the Singer 31-15, c. 1942. Wool gabardine dyed with goldenrod, madder and cochineal. Backed and lined with organic cotton. Organic cotton thread dyed with onion skins. Old shell buttons.