Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Cocoricooo team members

Greeting from Thailand!

Today is an introduction day for our team members Below are the pictures of how we make our clothes.
It started with playing around with material and pattern.
In the picture Sommai is working on one of our curtain collection with a piece she hand-stitches on fake leather.
Nithima patch up different design arm part to see which one is better.
Poona's draw book for many idea she has.
After the design is done, Poona and Sommai start on sewing machine.

Poona at her house working on the clothes.
This is Poona working on one of our triangle pants with hemp fabric and Hmong vintage embroidery.

Poona finishing up a plain kimono wrap top that need embroidery after.
Poona iron the pants she finish since yesterday.

Poona show off her finish product. Balloon tiered pants with very wide bottom and drawstring. This pants can be worn as a capris with tie around the leg or as a long and very wide leg pants or as a long balloon pants. It's our new product we are going to put on the etsy!

(more pictures added 11/20/08)

After the product finish. Nithima and Apple take pictures. Cropping them and get them ready for the listing.

We made 2 variation of this new design. One with printed cotton patchwork style. And the brown pair below made of plain cotton with Hmong vintage Hand-embroidery pieces patched randomly on the last tier of the pants.

The second part are the pictures of how we do the embroidery.

At Kanya's house.
Kanya, Kai Nithima and Apple working on different pieces.

Kai is working on embroidery on the cover shirt (flutterby no.2)

Apple is embroidering a petal of flower on our 2 layers cotton coat.

Apple is showing off her finish embroidery work.

Kanya is working on the embroidery on the neckline of the plain Kimono top.

Kanya with her new collection of simple neckline embroidery plain A shape long shirt. Same as the shirt she had on.

To be continue on the second blog about packing, shipping and promoting the site.


Jess said...

fantastic pictures! thanks for sharing....especially the handmade embroidery part! I will learn this one day!

Kristin said...

Thank you for sharing your process! It looks so lovely where you live, makes me jealous :)