My friend Ruth passed along a great tunic shirt detailed in machine embroidery.
Kind of reminds me of a henna for a traditional Indian wedding celebration.
Unusual buttons dance along its border.
Ok. Well, the tracing of their hand.
Don't get all technical on me.
The mom of another babe donated the excess of her living room drapes to create the body of the bag, and some pretty tie-dye looking fabric forms the back and the pocket.
Brian sacrificed two of his his striped shirts so that you could have a handle to sling over your shoulder. How generous was that? I think his grade six students will get quite a kick out of a bare-backed teacher. What a guy.
Here she is turned inside out.
Start price is $25- Canadian.
It's been two years since the article in the Winnipeg Free Press, and its resulting boon to this project. Over eighteen thousand dollars have been raised. That's thanks to a lot of people.
I feel in my bones that its time for a shift; a new way to "do this thing". I have an idea or two percolating in my grey matter, but I wondered-- does anyone have any insights? Ideas? Suggestions? I'd like to hear them. Leave me a comment, or if you'd rather- send me an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For today- another auction.
we'll start it off at $25- Cdn. Bids will close at 9:30 pm, cst.
Happy Friday, everyone.