K44: Large lotus/water-lily, one of my most popular styles. Approximately 3-4" in size, according to your preference. Choose your colour scheme, and whether you would like a colour fade (darker centre, darker outer petals, or neither). This flower is usually made of hand-dyed silk habotai, sometimes with shimmery organza for the centre. You can request different fabrics if you wish.
Look No. 4 features the Hambledon Duster Coat in Chimney Sweep Crinkled Cotton Velvet, High Water Length. The depth created by the hills and valleys of this sumptuous velvet makes it alluring and fun to wear. It is hand dyed, and the varying hues created from this technique make it a work of art in and of itself. Layered over the Hambledon Frock and Fairholme Frock, it's a stunner. - Ivey Abitz
dying wood beads: You need: Wood beads, strong cotton string (to string beads), fabric dye ~ I find that dying wood in fabric dye gives the best colors. ~ Simply place beads in the dye that has been mixed with water. The longer you let it lie in the bath the darker it gets. Rinse and let it dry.