Monday, August 10, 2009

Fagin's Daughters dressed in rags


After meaning to 'get around to it' for so many months now, the first run of clothing is dyed, washed and ready for embellishment.


Pretty exciting, yes?


20 comments:

Eline Oftedal said...

Beautiful pictures. It must be fun to get started! Good luck!

Ederafaerie said...

Very exciting! Can't wait to see the finished designs :)

Mo'a said...

Your colors are wonderful...you must have a secret recipe for getting such lovely mellow colors.
I was reading your post about The Selby...this statement had me roaring with laughter: "people who are just so cool and sharp they cut the air just by standing in it"
Something like "I am to Sexy for my shirt" kind of thing :)

ArtSnark said...

lovely shades & frills

Heather said...

loveliness!

Chrisy said...

Well, just the photos are works of art so can't wait to see what you do with these now...

Bri said...

They already look amazing, I can't wait! :).

Laura said...

I love these!!! They are so very lovely. Will these be in your shop?

TheNikiProject said...

Woo hoo! I'm sure something awesome will be made out of those!

Lynn said...

Oooo, I can't wait to see the finished product!

Kathleen said...

Its going to be wonderful! Will you be doing something for plus-sized ladies?

dandelionlady said...

I just found your beautiful blog. Thanks for sharing!

Little Brown Sparrow said...

Thanks everyone! Laura- yes these will be in the shop, some time around mid September I think.

Kathleen- there are some plus sizes in the pile! I can only work with what the thrift store gives me but I do my best to find all the sizes. I'll be doing scarves and stuff as well, so you're bound to find something!

Christine Crocker of Deerfield Farm said...

oh my...

I Love the colors and the whole feel of your photos.

and the anticipation of seeing your beatiful things!

RowanDeVoe said...

ooh, how exciting! can't wait to see what happens next!
xo,
merle

india said...

your wardrobe resembles mine...a style my children laughingly refer to as 'miss havisham fell into the compost heap' but which i find most satisfying!

hypericum said...

The pictures and your work are great! I can't stop observe.

patricia@ReFind Home&Garden said...

What is that beautiful wispy , lacy , creamy thing in the forefront of the pic and is it for sale???? Beautiful blog! please email me...prdmal@aol.com

The Rustic Victorian said...

Just wonderful. You do take amazing photos!
Marcie

Jeannine said...

Hey there! I'm excited to see what you do with the clothes! Have a fabulous vacation too =)