Woah, this year feels like it’s going really fast! We are just over half way through the wonderful Flower Power Fund project (which looks like it’s going to happen again next year) and there have already been 9 lovely flower-inspired yarns, created by talented independent yarn dyers from all over the UK.
It’s been a gorgeous way to practice my own take on botanical illustration as I’ve created matching prints for each month. Here they are so far:
This month feels like a really special one, as it’s the turn of Jane from Hedgerow Yarns. Jane and I have been friends for a long time and had some lovely adventures together, and it was doing her branding that lead me into the wonderful wooly world that I’m now part of!
Phew! I’ve just finished wrapping all of last weeks dyed to order @flowerpowerfund Lupins yarn 🌸 Thank you so, so much for your support 💕 if you placed your order before this morning then your parcel is now on its way x The listings for dyed to order Lupins are still in my Etsy shop and will be for the rest of this month 🌿🌸🐝 £3 from every sale of the Lupins colourway will be donated to Marie Curie 🌿 . My lovely Lupins print arrived from @samdrawsthings ~ thank you so much Sam x It’s lovely! 💕🌿 #hedgerowyarns #flowerpowerfund #samdrawsthings #handdyedyarn
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