Morgan Smith

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Morgan Smith


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A new 'less is more' approach to a shibori pillow.

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October shop update! Loving how these Eclipse cloth napkins turned out.
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I have been dyeing for many years. Little did I know, my time spent tie-dyeing shirts with friends in high school would lead to running my own small business. During a rough time in 2015, a friend suggested I dive into my hobbies to keep my mind and spirit sharp. It was during this time that I gained knowledge of the art of shibori. To me, shibori is the more grown-up version of tie-dye ;) I spent months teaching myself to sew, and learning new shibori patterns. I opened up shop in December of 2015, and my spirit has never felt so full.

I have a journal full of dreams for my little shop. Each new day is full of endless possibilities of how to grow and evolve. That's exactly what I plan on doing. Stick around a while and join this journey with me.

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Last updated on Sep 24, 2017
Frequently asked questions
Care instructions

To preserve the beauty of your hand dyed product: wash in cold water, hang to dry, tumble in dryer for a few minutes to remove wrinkles.

Sizing details

Clothing in my shop should fit true to size. If questioning sizing, please message me and I can provide exact measurements.

Custom and personalized orders

Please note that hand dyed products are nearly impossible to get an exact replica of color & pattern. That's the beauty of it, no 2 products will ever look the same... everything is one of a kind! Please message me if you're interested in a custom order, and we can chat about the details.

What is Shibori?

Shibori is a Japanese dyeing technique that involves binding & folding material in order to create unique patterns. Material is dropped into a vat of natural indigo, removed and set aside to oxidize. This process is repeated several times until desired shade of indigo is achieved. It is a very timely process, but results are undeniably unique.

Why are most of my products blue?

My shop started solely selling shibori goods. Shibori is a dyeing technique that uses natural indigo dye in a large vat. As my shop is evolving, I have incorporated new colors such as green, red, and orange. Although these colors yield amazing results, indigo will always be my go-to.