Finally (finally!) getting my stack of sewn bits photographed and into the shop.
It's far more work than you might imagine to take shop-worthy pictures. Because my customers can't touch and see my creations with their own eyes & hands, it's so important. I'm learning..... figuring out the difference between what I like and what catches the potential customers eye. Separating my shop eye from my everyday eye.... if that makes sense?
I've been sewing up the kiddo bags in lots of four. So four bags of each color. This means less photographs! This is a good thing. I just listed six new colors. Swooning over the feather & fox ones myself and my little guy suggested the vikings and robots.
Adult-sized totes for the minimalist! Simple design. Solid linen back & cotton or linen print front. Padded quilted strap. Key/pen loop. The bag has a layer of flannel sandwiched inside for extra durability and weight. These are perfect for holding journal supplies, a few books & magazines, lunch, knitting projects, and more......
Two new silk colors. A lovely spring green and winter sky blue. Both in the large 35x35 inch size. They make awesome nature table cloths, dress up, capes, and more. The blue one is my favorite! It's totally inspired by snowy winter nights. These are both limited colors dyed in OOAK small batches, like all my multi-color silks. I'm always open for color suggestions too! They really are so fun to dye up.
Lastly, I'm thinking of getting a few prints done again. Notecards. I'm down to my last ten of these. I think I want cards that actually open next time instead of post cards. Any thoughts? Small-ish ones? What size do you seem to use the most? Big enough to mail? Small to tuck in with gifts? I'm sort of hooked on a wildflower theme....... tell me what you think. I so love input from you all!