Monday, October 4, 2010

Sneak Peek

Making these one-of-a-kind tie-dye spooky tees has now become a yearly tradition. It started a few years ago when my friend Emily and I were brainstorming what we could donate to the craft sale at community garden's annual pumpkin festival. We came up with with a few standard tie-dye tees in the beginning and since then it has morphed into this.

The tees below are what came back this year after the festival ended. I'm posting them on my blog as a sneak peek before I put them up for sale on eBay this week (I will also post the eBay links). 100% of the proceeds go to the Wasatch Community Garden's Historic Sandy garden. Click here for more info on the garden and to see a fabu pic of the pumpkin patch in Spring 2009: Each tee is one-of-a-kind and made from sturdy 100% cotton (not the flimsy Hanes under-shirt kind). They also come with washing and garment care instructions, of course.

Size: 2-4

Size 2-4

Size 2-4

Size 6-8

Size 4/5

Size 2T

Size 2-4

Size 2-4

Size 24M


Rosavicious said...

Nice. I make tie dye and if you are ever interested in asking any form of question at all then I'd be glad to help. My Tie Dyes. Just go to my contact page and e-mail me. Thanks for keeping the spirit of tie dye alive.

eugie74 said...

Cool! Where can I see photos of your work? Thanks for the resource links.

eugie74 said...

Oops! I just figured it out. Wow! Your work is amazing! Thanks for sharing...

Elisa said...

you are so good these. It's all a part of that amazing artistic eye, I assume. I wish I was 2 years-old so that I could wear one of those.

eugie74 said...

Thanks, Elisa! Coming from you that means a lot since you are one of the most artistic people I know.