Hippie Treasures: Creation as a way of lifeFrancesca Palange
Angela has been tie dyeing since her daughter was born in 2007, but her love for sewing and creating has been accompanying her all her life. She started her Facebook page just as an outlet to get rid of some of her art and, little by little, it blossomed into what it is now. Angela enjoys doing custom dye and sewing jobs for people. So if you want something made, just try her! She can probably do it!
In her blog you can find from tie dye and jewellery, baby carrier, wrap customisations, wrap scrap items to random random stuff Angela feel like making. For example, she was given a bag of old pillow cases by a woman she goes to church with and thought they would make really cute aprons. Angela found a pattern online that is free and got this beautiful design.
Look at these creations, they are all unique so you need to find at her Facebook page what is available now!
Tiny Tiger Baby nimbus cloud size 4, ice dyed by Angela (using Dharma procion mx dyes in scarlet and razzle dazzle) with a gorgeous mandala on the middle marker. This wrap is all cotton and wraps like an ace bandage. This is the perfect wrap for a squish but extremely supportive even for big kids. It has the tiniest amount of stretch and is so super super soft.
The little ones would love this one! It’s the perfect gift to play and create adventures. Naturally dyed!
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