Thursday, July 13

ink through little holes

That's how all this happens:
diapositive + sketches

screen waiting to be printed

yardage drying

And that's how these happen, too:

B and I printed 50+ shirts in anticipation of the SPC, as well as a few other events that are coming up (I'll be at a street market in Portland at the end of August! More details to follow). For now, you can find them in the shop, and for the next 24 hours (plus or minus, depending on my work ethic), enter the code 'shirtforme' at checkout for 20% off of any t-shirt. Thank you so much to all of you who have visited and to those of you who have spent your money on my things. It is so kind.


There is something rather large brewing in my other [i.e. real?] life, but it will have to wait as I am completely zonked at this point. Cheers!


Blogger lisa s said...

IN LOVE with the yardage. you are on such a roll!!

can i get some of your energy? can you bottle and sell that???

1:07 AM  
Blogger molly said...

that fabric is amazing. it looks fantastic.

7:53 AM  
Anonymous amanda said...

have you considering doing shirts in an XL? i'm not an especially big girl but i don't like my shirts tight. i would definitely buy one if you had an XL!

9:21 AM  
Blogger eireann said...

thanks, l, m, + a!

a: yes--I actually had XLs but sold out of most of them right away! I think there is a 'lunette' shirt in XL left, and that is the only one. :) I'll be ordering more shirts soon, and I'm def. going for more XLs!

9:36 AM  
Blogger The Worsted Witch said...

Thank you for using organic cotton!

PS I an IN LOVE with that yard of fabric you printed. You are amazing!

10:26 AM  
Anonymous Sheau said...

the blue yardage looks really great. I love the color and design very much.

10:27 AM  
Blogger eireann said...

worsted: it's because of your post, in part! I was going to use it anyway, but then I read the posts about cotton and it cinched it absolutely. so thank YOU!

10:27 AM  
Blogger Rebecca said...

I know it's probably not what you intended, but I want the yardage as a tablecloth! It is possible to commission something?

11:27 AM  
Blogger Funky Finds said...

fabulous! love seeing a bit of your process. and the tees rock!

2:20 PM  
Anonymous helene said...

superb ! i am so impressed... am writing notes about you this evening on my (french) blog favoritechoses ! see you there ! hélène

4:30 PM  
Blogger Shell said...

Oh what lovely desings. I am doing a printmaking class this semester and can't wait! It is relief and etching though, still it should be fun.

Those shirts are fab!

8:01 PM  
Anonymous gracia said...

Behind the scenes - love it!

3:03 AM  
Anonymous K.W. said...

Hi, I love your blog and you make wonderful things.

I'm de-lurking because of that fabric...I've seen something almost exactly like it in the past year or so...where?! I feel like it was in red and that it was covering a headboard. I think it was in a photograph in Domino magazine? This is going to make me crazy. Will you say if you were inspired by anything specific?

If I remember I'll let you know too.

1:49 PM  
Blogger eireann said...

Thanks, all, for the compliments!

k.w.: I have been reading a lot about Mexican textiles lately, and that was my inspiration. I know that at some point recently they were featured in Domino magazine. The ones I have seen tend to be in turquoise, red, black, green on white--woven, printed, embroidered. They show stylized animals and floral motifs. :) Thanks for delurking!

5:44 PM  
Blogger ness said...

Sooo cute, love the fabric. cute animals are sure winners and woodland critters at that! The horns on the goats, the bunnies, love it! Oh and looooove your tweets, so creative, wish I could get one, love the mushrooms on the wee scarlet(?) one.

3:59 AM  
Blogger hannah said...

mmm, love that screen print design

4:17 PM  
Blogger Lara said...

oooh, very nice yardage pattern!

7:53 AM  

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