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Natural printing and sewing, a fun and instructive exchange of skills!

Natural printing and sewing, a fun and instructive exchange of skills!

Over the last few days good friend Maureen helped me sew my first ever proper garment, in exchange I shared how I go about my natural printing and helped her print some beautiful nuno felt and silk scarves! Here's a picture of Maureen with her fabulous first felt wrap out of the dye pot……….

and here's a picture of my new merino dress, perfect for layering with leggings and a long sleeved T-shirt in Canada methinks!!!

I'm off now to take a wall hanging out of the dye pot and try to sort out some paperwork. I'll leave you today with a close up of the stitching and a felt flower, I love how this flower I felted two weekends ago absolutely picks up the red and purple colours perfectly.

 

 

Nicola Brown
clasheen@gmail.com
3 Comments
  • Gerda Mohr
    Posted at 07:28h, 10 September Reply

    My absolute favourite colours, and your new machine stitch beautifully!

  • johanna
    Posted at 07:39h, 10 September Reply

    October in Langley BC Canada should be quite warm still, though maybe pretty damp.

  • Terrie
    Posted at 16:52h, 10 September Reply

    Maureen’s felt wrap is gorgeous. So pretty color of grey and orange/red. The flower is eye-catching.

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