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fall market season

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My market season begins this coming Saturday at the always incredible Squam Art Fair in Holderness, New Hampshire. I've been working overtime on new things to bring to Squam, a few of which you can see in the photos above.

The following weekend, I'll be at Clover Market in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania with my 10x10 tent filled with everything that I sell in my online shops, plus lots more.

Visit my Events page for more info on my September markets and to see where I'll be October through December. I'm doing a couple of new markets this season, and I'll also be adding a couple more to my calendar in the coming weeks.

Hope to meet you this Fall!

beginning of summer natural dyeing

organic cotton gauze & hemp/cotton jersey scarves naturally dyed with avocado & black walnut.

organic cotton gauze & hemp/cotton jersey scarves naturally dyed with avocado & black walnut.

hemp/organic cotton jersey circle scarf dyed with avocado seeds and skins, printed with metallic gold ink.

hemp/organic cotton jersey circle scarf dyed with avocado seeds and skins, printed with metallic gold ink.

hemp/organic cotton jersey circle scarf dyed with black walnut hulls & printed with metallic gold.

hemp/organic cotton jersey circle scarf dyed with black walnut hulls & printed with metallic gold.

Dyeing & eco printing with Godetia flowers.

Dyeing & eco printing with Godetia flowers.

the results of hemp fabric & cotton taping dyed with Godetia flowers.

the results of hemp fabric & cotton taping dyed with Godetia flowers.

my favorite Thai monk necklace restrung on the cotton taping shown above.

my favorite Thai monk necklace restrung on the cotton taping shown above.

A few of June's natural dyeing projects and experiments. The Godetia flowers were a gift on my birthday. They lasted much longer than I ever thought they would. I kept trimming their stems and adding fresh water and they seemed to get a new life each time. When it was finally time to let them go, I decided to try bundling them with some cotton taping and hemp. The results were so lovely. I restrung my favorite necklace that I originally made many years ago using the beautiful antique monk pendant that my mother brought me from Thailand. It seemed fitting to use the cotton taping which was dyed from the flowers she gave me.

The naturally dyed scarves are available in my shop. The dusty, peachy, pink scarves were dyed with avocado seeds and skins. The taupe grey scarves were dyed with powder ground from the hulls of black walnuts. They're printed with two of my new patterns in an antique metallic gold. 

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