wow wow wow wow wow wow wow. BLESSED HUMBLED and GRATEFUL have been the most frequently used words since monday. my heart is so full and overwhelmed.
SOLD OUT is the theme over on my new shop. I wasn’t planning on a restock till the first of NEXT month. rethinking my strategy currently while I fill orders for all my special pieces. hoping to have some new things up in the next few weeks.
(bitter) to see all these labors go out my door. (sweet) to think of all the projects to come…
photos were taken by my incredibly supportive friend Whitney at Whitney Neal Photography
a MILLION thanks to you who have supported in any way.
22 thoughts on “process”
i can’t remember when i started following your blog, but it’s been awhile. at least over a year. what drew me to your style from the beginning was your honesty, hard work, tenacity, and love for what you do. i am truly so excited to see this dream become reality for you! best of luck as you settle into your new role as business owner, in addition to mothering and teaching.
This is so great, Bekah! I’m so glad you’re sharing your incredible talent with us. Your aesthetic is just beyond. Blessings to you and your boys in this wonderful endeavor!
P.S. Beautiful photos!
Gorgeous photos! Huge congrats! on the launch of your brand/shop. No doubt it will be successful. Can’t wait to “shop” it myself. 🙂
Congrats! Your pieces are all so lovely and they have me itching to take some sewing classes!
I’m bummed I didn’t jump on the apron+woodboard faster! Absolutely stunning work. I can’t wait to see what else you come up with. The short linen apron was adorable too! God Bless.
will be posting more 🙂 Thank you so much!!
Congrats on your new website! I love it: it’s really simple and luminous… just like you.
I’m a long-time follower, and have never commented, but this milestone deserves a few words.
It is lovely to see you settle into an aesthetic that matches your lifestyle: humble, resilient, but beautiful. I remember wishing that you’d make up your yellow skirt for sale, so it’s lovely to see you sharing your labours with others through A.W.T.B.
Best of luck from Australia, Bekah.
thank you, this makes me so happy! was thinking about wearing that skirt today… May have to work on a version to sell 😉
YesYes and Yes! Nothing feels quite as satisfying as knowing you are doing exactly what you are meant to. You’re there. Congratulations!!!! 🙂
Oh wow I had no idea you had such a beautiful shop! It is my absolute dream to be working in a bright place making wonderful personal items. Beautiful work!
You’re new shop is truly awesome! I just stumbled across your blog, and it started my Monday morning with a smile. Keep creating!
I’m so excited for you! Your shop is so lovely. What an adventure, which I am sure you will do remarkably well in, and learn so much about yourself in.
What a beautiful workspace! Your vision is inspiring.
Huge congratulations to you! You’re such an inspiration to so many. I know just from myself you’ve inspired me to begin sewing again (which I haven’t done since high school) & have inspired me to strive to be more independent. So blessed to see what you are doing and too, how you are giving back through your talents. God bless!
P.S. LOVE your scissors. Where can a girl find some like those?
I picked them up at a festival last year I’m not sure where you could pick them up
Congrats on your shop! I go on vacation and totally missed out. Can’t wait for your re-stock! 🙂
These pictures are amazing, Bek! I’m so happy to see your creative efforts being appreciated by so many people!
What brand/edition is your sewing machine? It’s very lovely.
one of them pictured is an industrial brother serger the other is an old sears kenmore home straight stitch. two of the best machines I’ve ever owned.
There are two machines pictured. One is an old sears kenmore and the other an industrial brother serger.