Large Henri tote bags are back on stock! Made from antique pieces of linen, hemp, ticking and toile de Jouy cloths, sturdy, durable and mostly homespun canvasses on small country crafts.
Here is Henry, the new linen bag from Les Toiles Blanches, very flexible and containing.
The workshop, the stock, the linens, everything having been organised or almost, I was finally able to get back to work.
Against all habits, this new little ltb bag is not embroidered, but screen printed. Heidi is a snack bag made from an old linen sheet and has a drawing of a doll and the monogram of the mark printed in red ink.
Ginette is a funny hat born of a desire for something else. An hybrid between the flying helmet and the medieval helm that makes a nice little head.
Deliveries season ends, at last. We have been able since a few weeks to get get back to work. My hands in dyeing, Irene and Sylvia in mounting and embroidery.
Not much, not the one that grids and cooks so much we cannot get outside anymore, no, I just want a little sun. Rays that heat the back, which makes you want to stretch like a cat.
It’s a little late to talk about it here, I know, but better late than nothing.
There’s no more leaves on the trees, it freezes, I have to find some interest in the fall, in its faded colors, its skies faded, this big chocolate craving to fill… I started to dye linens and went on hot mi