Here’s the other half of the the skirt. Middle panel in progress! More drawing and then gold and white embellishment. It’s due in a week, yikes! Advertisements
More hand dyed and painted fabric. This is the bottom half of a long skirt. The other side has a different girl, and the centre will open to revel another, more fantastical girl. This skirt is for the Pumpkin’s Desk Installation. I’ve made up my own folk tale about the characters painted on the skirt, one that … More Folklore Fashion
Finally working on Pumpkin’s clothes! First I dyed some organic cotton with gall nut, osage, and iron. Now I’m painting it with gold gutta which is NOT natural, but it’s so pretty! Next step, sewing. Then I have to figure out how to present the clothes for crit without a dress form…. Any ideas? (If … More Gooold!
This is the third and final piece of clothing that I’ll be making for the pumpkin installation. It a cute little cape with an apple core pattern on it. originally I was going to dye some cotton grey, but I’m thinking I might get some linen. I think I might add a hood as well!
More clothes for Pumpkin! What a well dressed comic book character. Since making this sketch I’ve decide to make an organza over skirt. Its gonna be prreeeetty ^^
I’m designing and making clothes for Pumpkin! Part of the desk installation will include pieces of Pumpkin’s clothing. I’ll be dyeing and printing the fabric by hand and then sewing the pieces as well. Ill also be using some embroidery and beadwork for embellishment. I’m using really basic designs so that I can focus my … More Clothing for Pumpkin-Top
Here’s the finished product. Not only do cabbage and fennel taste great together, they look good too. Easiest print so far!