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PanGaiaCreations

PanGaia Creations

216 Sales

PanGaiaCreations

PanGaia Creations

216 Sales On Etsy since 2008

5 out of 5 stars
(85)

Announcement   Hello Lovely Ladies & Generous Gentlemen... Please check my facebook page for current collections & Ill make a special listing for you :) I have hand-dyed lace creations, Hemp/organic Cotton, velvet & my stretchy hand-dyed knit.

Pangaia seeks to bring the mystery and elegance of the past, the modern machine and the dream of a more fantastic world into a tempestuous textile romance...

Pangaia creations are lovingly hand-made and individually hand-dyed in Australia. I only use high-quality Aussie fabrics including a unique nylon knit(soon to be recycled nylon), cotton/nylon blend, organic cotton lycra, hemp/cotton blend and a wool/nylon blend. In buying & manufacturing locally, I can reduce my carbon footprint, be sure of quality and know the fabric is dyed and processed to Australian environmental standards. Although I am far from perfect, Im trying really hard to be the change I want to see in the world.

Im a hard working Capricorn lady with a theatrical Leo moon, and my favourite thing has always been dress-ups! I live on a hill nestled in a gum tree forest in beautiful Northern NSW Australia, with my ever supportive partner, Quentin, my fun-loving 6 year old girl, Nevaeh and my 2 year old bubs, Zeki-boy...

I usually make my designs in batches of 20 once or twice a year...all the cutting is done, then sewing is done, of all designs, then I dye them in batches of about 15-20 different garments in one colour combo. The colours coming out different every time...inspired by the amazing Northern Rivers landscape. Each colour batch is dyed 5 to 9 times. Every garment is one-of-a-kind as I also usually dont have 2 of the same design in any colour batch.

I use a low-toxicity wool dye, to dye the nylon, silk and wool blends, which is heat set so it wont fade or run and I always dispose of the water thoughtfully. The salt in the water is the main concern and I mostly store it under the house for the next batch. The organic cotton and hemp/cotton are dyed commercially in Melbourne as they can get a good strong solid colour and have the facillities to filter the used water. The dye used for cotton is different to the wool,silk and nylon dye.

Markets...
The Channon Market & Uki
St Andrews (when Im down south)

Next festival....
May...Nimbin MardiGrass
June... WAMED festival Perth
Oct... TribalandTrance Festival Sydney
Feb... EarthFreq,
Feb... Newcastle Bellydance


Just a little note about postage... I only charge for actual post and envelope and if I over charge Ill refund through paypal...

Announcement

Hello Lovely Ladies & Generous Gentlemen... Please check my facebook page for current collections & Ill make a special listing for you :) I have hand-dyed lace creations, Hemp/organic Cotton, velvet & my stretchy hand-dyed knit.

Pangaia seeks to bring the mystery and elegance of the past, the modern machine and the dream of a more fantastic world into a tempestuous textile romance...

Pangaia creations are lovingly hand-made and individually hand-dyed in Australia. I only use high-quality Aussie fabrics including a unique nylon knit(soon to be recycled nylon), cotton/nylon blend, organic cotton lycra, hemp/cotton blend and a wool/nylon blend. In buying & manufacturing locally, I can reduce my carbon footprint, be sure of quality and know the fabric is dyed and processed to Australian environmental standards. Although I am far from perfect, Im trying really hard to be the change I want to see in the world.

Im a hard working Capricorn lady with a theatrical Leo moon, and my favourite thing has always been dress-ups! I live on a hill nestled in a gum tree forest in beautiful Northern NSW Australia, with my ever supportive partner, Quentin, my fun-loving 6 year old girl, Nevaeh and my 2 year old bubs, Zeki-boy...

I usually make my designs in batches of 20 once or twice a year...all the cutting is done, then sewing is done, of all designs, then I dye them in batches of about 15-20 different garments in one colour combo. The colours coming out different every time...inspired by the amazing Northern Rivers landscape. Each colour batch is dyed 5 to 9 times. Every garment is one-of-a-kind as I also usually dont have 2 of the same design in any colour batch.

I use a low-toxicity wool dye, to dye the nylon, silk and wool blends, which is heat set so it wont fade or run and I always dispose of the water thoughtfully. The salt in the water is the main concern and I mostly store it under the house for the next batch. The organic cotton and hemp/cotton are dyed commercially in Melbourne as they can get a good strong solid colour and have the facillities to filter the used water. The dye used for cotton is different to the wool,silk and nylon dye.

Markets...
The Channon Market & Uki
St Andrews (when Im down south)

Next festival....
May...Nimbin MardiGrass
June... WAMED festival Perth
Oct... TribalandTrance Festival Sydney
Feb... EarthFreq,
Feb... Newcastle Bellydance


Just a little note about postage... I only charge for actual post and envelope and if I over charge Ill refund through paypal...

Jacqueline Sirianni

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Average item review
5 out of 5 stars
(85)
Jessica Borden

Jessica Borden on Nov 21, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

Pictures did not do this item justice! Gorgeous, beautifully made...I have been wanting to try this company for years and I'll be ordering again very soon. Love the mitts included with my bustle - I wear them every day. So so appreciative for the amazing customer service and craftsmanship. <3

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