busy as a bee

Freshly dyed scarves

I am excited to be selected as a vendor at the Bedford Gallery Craft Fest event this November 7th and 8th. Following the Craft Fest, I will at the Mistletoe Madness show in San Leandro (November 28). I have plenty of preparing to do for these upcoming events.  So far, I have got quite a bit accomplished and I am looking forward to the shows. Below is a sneak peek of some new pieces to my inventory.

this piece in a combination of turmeric and indigo dyed was inspired by Vincent van Gogh’s Starry Night.

Arashi Shibori dyed silk necktie in lac dye

eucalyptus prints and Shibori dyed silk necktie in indigo vat dye

Fleur de Lys template (hand crafted by John) in plexiglass

Fleur de Lys, print in indigo dye

indigo dyed tote bag for my own use

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2 Responses to busy as a bee

  1. Janice A. Durham says:

    Very nice. Hope you get lots of sales. Hugs. Jan

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