You have just seen this one on the blog, but I'm proud of it. It's the latest sublimation print, the fish/net with the blue background. It was a good experiment and I'm pleased it worked out. It was great fun to do and a lot of fun to print.
Here is the neutral checkerboard print sublimated poly cotton. I made this into a duvet cover for my parents, and it's also being made into a dress. The fabric is nice and light and has a fabulous hand to it. I really like this technique and this print. It's a lot of fun to do.
The Silver satin bomaki and the Black satin bomaki. The black has been made into some shrugs by Sophie and Gwendallyn and you can get one at Haught Style. The silver was made into a cute cowl neck top, but I think it would make a fabulous mother of the bride suit, whether with pants or a straight skirt.
The Green Silk, the Pink Silk, and the Yellow Silk. The green silk was made into a dress, but I still have close to 10 yards of it, and the yellow silk was made into a beach hoodie and is nothing but scraps now. The pink silk, I have 3 yards of and noone seems to know what to do with it. It's not my usual color choices, I was taking a risk. I guess that's just what happens.
The bronze bomaki. This one has been made into jackets and scarves by Sophie and Gwendolynn, and they are for sale at Haught Style in Prairie Village (that's in Kansas folks).