Ajala Kantha Scarf by Melange Home. The legendary Silk Road holds many stories, but none more colorfully told than that of its textiles. Repurposed from vintage saris, these silk scarves offer a twice-told tale in a cornucopia of patterns and hues. The slight wave effect is created by the meticulous hand-stitched embroidery in the Kantha style. As a scarf, shawl, wrap, or throw, this piece is a striking fusion of traditional craftsmanship and contemporary fashion.
DIY WTF ... This Spring designer’s collections were booming with blooms of colorfully layered prints, and none of them wowed us more than Prabal Gurung …the king of injecting a dose of tech-style in his textiles. To get in touch with our own flower power, we teamed up with our friends at Who What Wear to create an accessory that pays homage with decoupage…and brings together a few of a style savvy girl’s favorite things - DIY, fashion, technology, and flowers!
EASY!-Make Scrappy T-shirt Quilts to use up your old t-shirts and your leftover quilting scraps. Each t-shirt block is bordered with fabric strips from your stash to colorfully frame your t-shirts. This quilt is quick-turned and tied for easy construction!
We can’t wait to try this adorable DIY Tammie from Dear Whimsy created using her favorite pair of Kilty Mocs. Check out the tutorial below on how to colorfully embroider your favorite pair of moccasins and be sure to visit Tammie on Instagram for more design and DIY inspiration!