Batikwalla by Victoria Dresdner
Isn't this beautiful? A customer sent me this pic. She's wore her dress while tracing her roots back to Corvo Island. Have you heard of this place? It's beautiful!!! I looked it up, it's part of Portugal.
Here is another customer having a lot of fun in her dress while in Maui.
Here is another customer who sent me this pic after he bought his new favorite hoodie.
He seems pretty happy with it. I think he's in Texas, but I can't remember. Anyway, he looks handsome.
This lovely customer sent me this pic enjoying her dress at a concert in Brooklyn, at the new Coney Island Boardwalk amphitheater. Another incredibly unique piece she just found in the collection. The other side is an amazing tree - I'll post the link of the actual dress here. She said so many people stopped and asked her about the dress.
Thanks so much for sending me this pic, Susan!!
And check out how much fun Rachael is having in her eco-fleece top. ❤︎
Here is her top from the site.
Here's a recent screencap from a very well received Facebook post shared to the Batikwalla fan page from Lana and her extremely talented mom, who made this amazing quilt with the batik fabric prints in the Art and Prints section.
From Heather, so happy with her blue leggings for a poolside yoga session. Amazing strength, Heather! Thank you for the photos.
Here's a pic from Leslie playing with Curley Taylor and the Zydeco Trouble from Sunset, Louisiana at the Gator By The Bay Festival. She's playing at the Waterfront Blues Festival in Portland soon and promises to get more pics of her performing on stage in her Batikwalla dress. Thank you Leslie! It's an honor 💗
Check out Sienna Rose sending her Batikwalla pic all the way from Ecuador! Looks like you are having tons of fun!!! I wanna go too!!
So if anyone else wants to send me your pics enjoying your new batik piece, please do! I'll post them here. And please tell me where you are as it adds to the fun and adventure.
I looked out the window and just knew there was going to be a beautiful sunset. I grabbed my camera, threw on my running shoes, and bolted out the front door to one of my favorite view spots in the neighborhood. I had a mission on my mind, and didn't stop until I got there. But looking back, it wasn't easy getting this beautiful sunset image. At the time, sure, but the next day I really felt the impact of running two blocks uphill at full speed.
Looking at these now I know it was worth it. Ah, so beautiful! Isn't this what it's all about?
I have several favorite view spots so I kept on walking long after the sun had set.
Finally heading back home. We watched the moon go down, and thunderstorms soon followed. I slept through most of it and only heard about it the next day.