New fabrics old design.
Strawberry Field print is back and even better as craft panels.
I uploaded it all into BlueBerry Ash store today. Go and have a look at these newly hand printed precious. What do you think? Did I put my silk screen to a good use? What would you create using these? Let me know your thoughts
and you might get a little surprise in your mail box (already sent) 🙂
On Monday I printed Skazka and Tropinka fabrics in new colours Olive and Earthy Orange. As I didn’t have much time during the day yesterday, today was dedicated to picture taking and uploading new colourways in my store.
Many things happened last week. But the biggest thing was… me being featured on Etsy, in Featured Designer article. It’s still kind of dreamy to me.
How many Etsy articles I have read? Many. And always wanted to be featured there too, even long before I started BlueBerry Ash. And here I am, on Etsy’s front page. I am so thrilled! It’s my first big online media coverage!
click on image above to read the interview
And look what I have spotted the night before in the latest issue of Real Living, Australian home decor magazine. My Knock Knock cushion cover! First magazine! Yay!
All of this requires a little dance in celebration.
you can buy these in my Madeit store
After participating at an inspirational and intoxicating Shibori workshop on Sunday that was held at the Powers House Museum and run by Pepa Martin and Karen Davis from Shibori , I’m working on a new type of project again! Experimenting and making new products.
these indigo pillow cases I have dyed at shibory workshop
Last night I dyed silk/cotton fabric, calico and lace to make large scarfs and pillow cases. I will try to finish all off today as soon as fabric is dry. Can’t wait to show here the finished product!
I am absolutely amazed with the whole process of fabric dyeing: techniques itself easy and quick, colours are bright, not much colour mixing involved, however there is plenty of room for colour experimentation. And there is no right or wrong in fabric dyeing (well it’s my point of view), not like in screen printing where things have to line up and you have to be accurate and precise. With fabric dyeing you are free to make mistakes!
Visit other creative spaces here!
I had big plans for this morning: get up early, finish pillow cases that I have started last night and complete everything that is on my to-do list for today, but ahhh… the rain, miserable weather kept me in bed longer, I know the is not the weather to blame, but sometimes it’s nice to blame something else and not yourself. Anyway hours later than I planed I have finished my pillow cases. Now it’s time for shop update 🙂
To see other creative spaces visit Our Creative Spaces blog.
P.S I am having a market this Saturday from 8am to 1 pm in Leichhardt, last market for this year.
I am sharing stall with Asako from Piggledde, please come and visit us if you are not scared of the weather 🙂
Here is the details Orange Grove Market ,
Cnr Perry Street & Balmain Road, Leichhardt, 2040
See you there!
Check this out! Another package from hand printed fabric swap is here.
This one is from Jo.
Don’t you love those beets? I do and I am thinking about linen apron now…
You can check more on what Jo creates on her blog Bubala.