Tuesday 19 June 2012

Forgotten Memory

Since I've clearly missed my original deadline by, well, a lot, I've decided the best course of action is to continue working on collection pieces and post them up in my (still a WIP) shop on a made-to-order basis. That way I can add things when they are done instead of waiting until x number of copies are done. Which, thinking about it now, is really how I should have done it in the first place.

The only problem with this... is that since I'm going to be in another country until January... I'll only be able to bring a small amount of fabric which will severely limit what I can make while I'm there. In addition, it's likely that shipping prices will be very different (though, knowing Canada Post, that could be a good thing)...

Oh well. We'll see what happens.

Anyway, here are teasers of a few of the items I've got ready:

Subtle Memory - MNF Shorts

Tan fuzzy shorts for MNF, lined in white cotton. I don't know if they will work for Bisou Ai, since the fabric is a bit thick, but we'll see.

Subtle Memory - MNF Strapless Inset Top

This one went through a couple revisions after I discovered the fabric I'd originally chosen for the bottom was hell to work with and the first replacement material was just wrong, but I think that it turned out quite well. The only problem is that I'm quickly running out of this lace, and nothing else I have at the moment will work. :/ I'm hoping that I can find something while I'm away, otherwise I might just have to leave it off. :(

Subtle Memory - MNF Wrap Bracelet

I think these bracelets are my favourite things I've ever made. They're fun to make, relatively painless and look excellent (if I do say so myself. :P). I tried making similar ones for myself... but they don't look quite as nice.


Almost all of these are prototypes and will have minute differences in the final versions, but since they're mostly changes like '-2mm on this strap', 'tie the knot this way instead' I'm assuming it won't be very apparent.

What do you think? :)

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