i spent much of yesterday outdoors dyeing these shirts. and afterward i added hand sewn tags to each, which you can see over at the shop. it was windy and sunny and 70 degrees. it was a good morning.
i moved into this 1800s farmhouse back in july last year and i'm still discovering the place. if you've been reading my blog you know i love the field out back. but yesterday i found some great photo shoot spots around the property. this old mint green barn door is one of them.
i think we are going to grow a new vegetable garden here this year and we started pruning the old apple trees in the field. we attended a blueberry pruning workshop recently so we have pruning on our minds. there are also a handful of blueberry bushes behind the house as well as grapevines and elderberry and a nice stand of poison ivy!
today we woke up to snow! but this didn't feel too insulting to me because i had the day before to reinforce the fact that spring really does come. long winters never last forever.
(ps- if you're interested in more than one dyed top please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. if you purchase two or more they're $40 a piece, both the grey/black and indigo shirts.)