I'm the kindof person who takes forever to finish a project, and usually it's just the very last step in the process that trips me up. I'm that girl who buys all the materials to make jam but somehow never gets around to purchasing the jars. I'll cut plant clippings for friends that sit in cups of water for years awaiting soil. I'll sew an entire shirt for myself and fail to add buttonholes for 6 months. I have two quilt projects on the go which likely won't see completion soon, unless I'm suddenly bedridden for the next half-year. I am bad, OK?
I am also very bad at getting-it-together in a timely fashion to take, edit & post photos of items I've made. Ditto for adding new items to my shop. And though I'm trying to change this, little by little, taking the final step and making things available to the public is not one of my personal strengths.
Today, though, I am breaking the cycle and adding a new dress to my shop. The result of work I did months ago, my hand-dyed, tie front dress is now up on Etsy. This piece is made from a lovely woven linen/rayon blend and hand tie-dyed a beautiful minty-sage green. It is available in sizes S, M & L, just one of each. For more information visit *here*, and for more photos see below.