WELL. Here it is! I’ve got a couple of pretty exciting announcements for you guys. The first being that Wildly, a Dallas boutique, is now carrying a collection of exclusive Woolgather pieces in their shop! We have been working very hard together and I am so excited to have the opportunity to team up with them on this collaboration. They open up this Thursday with all new fall pieces, so if you are located in the Dallas area be sure to stop by and check out their amazing shop! Secondly, I have been creating quite a few new pieces, including a small permanent collection, which will be available in my shop on September 29th! Feel free to follow along on my instagram for updates, news, and photos of these pieces and everyday life.
For the past couple of weeks I have been working very hard on a little side project and am very excited to introduce to you, Woolgather Goods. These pieces have been on the back of my mind for months and it has been quite the experience getting to learn new techniques and work with various materials to create them. I firmly believe in the craft behind handmade goods and using only the best quality materials to create them. Each piece is handmade and unique unto itself, therefore no two pieces are the same and will only be created once. My site will officially launch on Tuesday, June 10th and you can find it by going here or through the “Goods” portion at the top of this page. Keep checking back as I will be adding new items to the shop as others go and have some big plans coming for the fall!
The other day I picked up a few supplies and decided to get to work on a little project. I used to make jewelry a long time ago and gave it a break to work on some other interests. I’m really happy with how this one turned out, and I think I may even offer a limited quantity of them in my shop when that day arrives.
I’ve recently experimented with dyeing silk habotai ribbon with concentrated dye and am so happy with how it turned out. I purchased the dye and ribbon from Dharma Trading Co. and with the help of customer service was able to achieve a deep dark black on the ribbon. It was such a simple process and I am so glad I went this route and dyed it myself. I’m using this ribbon in an upcoming project, so keep your eyes peeled for some exciting updates in the near future.