Today I have been working on revising the neckline of the gown. A smaller cording has replaced the old one, and this one ties without slipping out! I dyed the cording to take the white sharpness off of it. Beads have been added at the shoulders, specifically at the top of the armholes, so that the neckline can remain adjustable.
I have finally visualized the beads for the shoulders attaching by means of a strip with two loops evenly spaced along the shoulder seams. This will
This scarf has many interestingly formed patterns all rolled into one. It was first dyed olive green and then dipped in a plum dye bath. The patterns are delicate and varied, so I decided to make them the focus of the piece, and ironed it flat. It is very wide, and also has great length; in short, this is a huge scarf! It reminds me of a typical tie dyed look, and portions of this scarf even look like wax was applied. I assure you it was not!!! So far, I have been fascinated