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Abby White, lives in the mountains of Western North Carolina, where she sews, takes photos, and plays in the dirt. She has been sewing for several years now, and couldn't imagine life without her needle and thread. All the materials she uses are of the highest quality. Fabric and materials are locally bought or hand dyed hemp by a fellow artist. She takes her time with each and every piece, creating handcrafted goodness with personal style. She uses wonder under on her appliques, stabilizing them to avoid bubbling along with giving them extra support. Her skirts and pants are made with *bias waist bands giving them a smoother fit. Please feel free to ask her questions about her product, or even about herself to get to know her even better. Thanks for taking the time to stop by Simple Bright Moon.

Why should you buy from Abby at Simple Bright Moon?
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  • Female
  • Born on April 3
  • Joined April 7, 2009

Favorite materials

Cotton, Hemp, organic cotton

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About

Abby White, lives in the mountains of Western North Carolina, where she sews, takes photos, and plays in the dirt. She has been sewing for several years now, and couldn't imagine life without her needle and thread. All the materials she uses are of the highest quality. Fabric and materials are locally bought or hand dyed hemp by a fellow artist. She takes her time with each and every piece, creating handcrafted goodness with personal style. She uses wonder under on her appliques, stabilizing them to avoid bubbling along with giving them extra support. Her skirts and pants are made with *bias waist bands giving them a smoother fit. Please feel free to ask her questions about her product, or even about herself to get to know her even better. Thanks for taking the time to stop by Simple Bright Moon.

Why should you buy from Abby at Simple Bright Moon?
You will be buying quality items. I sew with pride, detail, and take my time. My mentor has been sewing for over 35 years and has won quilting show after quilting show. She has her Masters in Costume Design, and worked in NYC managing a costume production company for Broadway and movies. Therefore when she taught me, she wouldn't let anything but the best be stitched. Meaning QUALITY! From the thread, the fabric, the machine, and the stitches, all to hold on with time, and I continue on with that in my heart to my finger tips on to my "handcraft goodness"

How do you come up with the price?
I keep track of my time. Every item I keep up with my hours it took me to sew, I add in the price of materials and typically end up shaving off $15 to $20.



*Bias is a line diagonal to the grain of a fabric; especially : a line at a 45 degree angle to the selvage often utilized in the cutting of garments for smoother fit. <http://www.merriam-webster.com>

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