once I was a field of blue flowers
linen, a fabric of the past and future
Linen Fishermans trousers
These are called 'freedom' because they are so easy to wear and take care of.
'Old School' trousers:
- have a front pocket and low crutches.
- tie up and the waist is folded down for extra comfort.
- come in heavy, medium and lightweight linen.
They are brilliant travellers maintaing body temperature, folding up small and can be worn in formal and casual situations.
‘freedom’ trousers are kind to your skin and the earth.
an individual order for unique Items
Natural processes create unique products never to be repeated,
Each product is hand made and dyed requiring time and patience
It may take a while to produce your order -
The items are a bit like us, each the same but infinitely different and all beautiful.
Contact me about your choice I will be happy to find a compatible solution.
Chemical free process using bio-regional sourced plants creating beautiful prints and colours directly from nature.
Linen - a vegan option -
Linen is renowned for its superior properties and is again coming to the forefront for its natural health benefits and general well being as well as its ecological and long lasting qualities.
The flax plant takes around 100 days from planting to maturity, when the flowers bloom it is a spectacle that people celebrate and enjoy.
Unlike cotton, the entire plant is used including the roots, which are as deep as the plant is tall.
A beautiful parcel arrives at your door .
- wrapped in nature -
All our products will be delivered in a natural and organic bag - all other used packing material are sustainable and renewable.
Hand made and naturally dyed from plants in Lud Valley, New Zealand.
All materials are compostable as no plastic or toxic chemicals were used.
The waste from every fabric used is given a second chance to be artwork or accessory.
Ethical Sourced Fabrics
I source fabrics that are not processed around the world and seek out second hand treasures.
All products are dyed with bio regional plants and lovingly sewn handmade in Nelson, New Zealand.