For this super cozy hoodie I used some gorgeous rich tapestry material. It reminds me of vining flowers. I also used a barely hemp muslin and for the lining I used a barley brushed flannel….super soft!! I appliqued a diamond chain with a teal corduroy with alternating chocolate corduroy diamonds throughout the hoodie. There is a front kangaroo pocket, inside of it is a hidden Velcro pocket and metal clip (for your keys or anything else you want to clip on)
Length (from back neckline): 31”
Chest: 18.5” (measured just across the front)
Sleeve Length: 23”
Width at Bottom: 48”
Burlap Hemp Hoodie Poncho
I really thought about keeping this one! This poncho is so warm and cozy, guaranteed to keep you toatsy throughout the winter! I used hemp (a raw type, kind of like burlap) for the top of the poncho. I bordered the edges in chenille and olive green thin whaled corduroy. With side slits, a shaped hemline, and hand done fringe (over 600 pieces…I cut myself!) this poncho is lined in a beautiful Carmel Berber fleece. There is a kangaroo pocket (follows the shaped of the poncho) and nice oversized hood (both lined in fleece). The front has a two button loop closures. There is a simple appliqué in pine green linen hemp on the front and back points. This is free size (it will fit almost everyone!)!
Back of Neck to Bottom Point 29”
Wingspan (from side silt point to side slit) 53”
Chocolatey Ohm/Aum Wrap Skirt
I really like how the patchwork ended up on this one. I used medium whaled tan corduroy, thin whaled chocolate corduroy, and a beautiful calico print (tan, brown, white, blue and red) I used curved pieces on the patchwork and throughout parts of the skirt for a unique look. The skirt has 2 buttonholes and belt loops at the waist for the ties to go through. There is a beautiful Om within a mandala appliqu? on the bottom corner. This skirt would be best for a small sized sista.
Tiered Skirt W/Vintage Flower Trim
This skirt just makes me smile. To start I found this super cute trim (at the thrift store) that has cute flowers embroider in turquoise, lime green, and blue. I used white cotton muslin and turquoise hemp linen fabric for the main part of the tiers of the skirt. There is a pocket on the right side that is border with turquoise hemp and a section of the flower trim. The waist has a drawstring with wooden beads at the ends.
Width of bottom 94”
Flower Power Halter Top
I started this top back in the spring when the greenhouse was startin to burst with flowers (finally I found the time to finish)! The top is a lovely white linen with red (hemp/cotton blend) flowers appliqué all over. The top has front darts and elastic across the back for a more flattering fit and is lined with linen. The skirt is a red hemp/cotton blend with a large daisy flower on the front corner. The mock wrap skirt is longer in the back and curves up in the front where it crosses. The bottom is edged with a 3/4” white linen ruffle.
This beautiful wrap shirt is made of a woven black/cream stripe cotton; an off-white demin hemp and black linen. This shirt has 3/4 sleeves with a slit edge. The shirt has ties that wrap around. There are darts on the front and back to give it a slightly more fitted feel. A bamboo applique on the front pocket and a small bamboo applique patch on the back top center.