Hello folks! Hope you all are well. One thing that has been on my mind a lot since the pandemic, and I think has been on a lot of minds lately, is mental health. It is so difficult while in the midst of a public physical health crisis to also be dealing with a mental health epidemic. Isolation, technology fatigue, and fear of the pandemic are prolifically affecting anxiety, depression, and stress. One thing I am very supportive of is the prospect of medical marijuana and its effects on holistic health. I used to have a lot of doubt and fear around the idea of cannabis, but was inspired by indigenous farmer, political activist, and politician Winona LaDuke to learn more about hemp and cannabis and their affects on the ecological community, sustainability, and health. Thus I created an embroidery line, Buds for Life. I hope you enjoy this line as it develops more. As always, you can order any of my embroideries, and I can confirm prices by email, @ August.firstname.lastname@example.org. Flowers and buds are $35 each, Buds for Life are $45. It takes me about two hours to do each embroidery, and three to complete a Buds for Life.
Descriptions and price ranges:
Backpack: Cost of backpack + cost of ribbons + $15 an hour
Chickens: $10 each
Sheep: $10 each
Small honeybee: $20, Add flowers and leaves $10, Add honeycomb $10-20 depending on style
Custom Logos: $20 + $15 an hour
Moon/planet (can do any custom planet): $25
Ophelia/Human figure and surroundings: $35
*I cannot do hands besides the type seen on Ophelia, I can embroider on virtually any fabric except knits, but may not be able to accommodate all fabrics.
Moths such as Luna moths, or Butterflies such as spicebush: $20 each
Embroidered wreathes: Price varies on size $3 and up $3 for each upsize +$15 an hour. These can include text of your choice, add ons such as chickens, sheep, horses, etc.
Bridal bouquet ribbon embroidery: Cost of ribbon + $15 an hour
Disco Chicken of Love
sTate fair ready!
seed starting 2019
ky state fair quilt
A sustainability major at U of L, beginning farmer, crafter, and writer.