Hello all, HUGE thanks to all those who have pledged so far, I am almost quarter of the way there. I thought it would be a great idea to share with you some images of my rewards so you know what it is you are getting.
Here's the Link to get your AweSUMO rewards and to share it with your friends!
Let's start small with the beeswax food wraps for $45. Made from this gorgeous vintage cotton fabric and beeswax from Otago bees, you can't get any more local than that!
Beeswax food wraps are so much nicer than glad wrap and totally reusable. Just wipe them down with a cloth and hang to dry.
Next are one of my favourite things to make Not a BLUE shirt shirts. A mix and match affair of vintage fabrics, I love putting these together. Much FUN!
I got really sick of boring blue or white work shirts and decided to have a little fun and use up some smaller pieces of fabric that aren't enough to make one whole shirt! The result is something AweSUMO!
Custom made Not a BLUE/WHITE shirt can have subtle accents or be loud and proud mixes. Whatever you prefer.
Shirts, shirts, shirts. This is whats currently on the cutting block piles of fabric mixed and matched, These are MEDIUM Not a BLUE shirts!
ARGH next something I am super excited to make, DINOSAUR embroideries, OMG so choice!
So much excite! Thanks for the drawing book for my bearthday too, Dr R HELL. Can't wait to see your FACE!!!
These are mostly large scale embroideries. The T-Rex skeleton is 85 cm high, The Protoceratops are the smallest and could be used as a patch on clothing or a wall hanging!
So I hope you've found something useful or interesting here to reward yourself or someone else aweSUMO in your life.
here's the LINK AGAIN.
I am super grateful for the time and energy you spent in looking at this and if I could ask you to share this with your friends I would be very thankful.
BEARTHDAY HAPPIES TO YOU ALL, HAVE A GREAT 29TH OF DECEMBER, AROHANUI!
Fiona Clements. Pakeha, Kai Tahu, Craftivist, Sustainable Fashion and Zerowaste Textile Practitioner. Conscious Consumer advocate.