Nearly there…I won’t say it’s top secret, but I have been keeping it under my hat for a while, mostly because I can hardly believe it’s true: I started the year by taking the plunge into getting running metres printed. So I’ve been ordering miles of basecloth, and spending a horrible amount of money to …
I’ve been holed up in my studio this week, with scissors and pinking shears in hand, as I hack into mounds of my printed offcuts, putting together colour groups as I think about next year’s fabric collection. It’s a wild life, this!
I’m still loving my weekly ceramics class, and these guys are the first of the bunch to come out of the kiln. Fingers crossed the rest don’t explode so I can eventually line them up in more or less the way I painted them before I began 🙂
Jesse and I have had badges made to sell at our market stall at the Neighbour Goods market this weekend. These are the ones I had made, using bits and pieces from existing drawings and vinyl cutouts, and you can check out Jesse’s beautiful handpainted designs for her badges here.