Daytrippin' up the coast of Maine.
A couple of hours away is a beautiful lighthouse in Pemaquid Point. The beach is about 5-10 minutes. I went there and expected the sand to be very coarse and dark, maybe even speckled with rocks. I was very wrong. It's very light and white and reminds me of Florida.
I was shocked! If someone had gathered this sand and told me it was from midcoast Maine, I wouldn't of believed it. Look for the Pemaquid Point Beach sand collection soon on our website.
I have no words, we are very behind with listing all of our new beach sand on our website. It's a project that is going to take us a few months to get through. 2017 has been an incredible year and we have received over 1,000 beaches in just a few months. It's crazy madness in our studio at the moment. I am very hopeful to have all of our sand 100% completely listed by the end of the year. Make sure that you are subscribed to our email list so you can keep updated on our progress. This is a monster project for us to get through.
I'm so happy to have a storefront in the Knightville neighborhood of South Portland, but that comes with some pretty sad news. The super cool vintage travel trailer that was our mobile shop is being neglected each day sitting in the driveway. I've got the best memories of getting it into a storage unit so it could be fixed up for SOWA handmade shows in Boston. It was my everything and I enjoyed every moment that I got to spend in it. Enough sappy memories and onto the facts and sales information for anyone who is interested. It's a 1969...
Our new Beachdashery retail shop is set to open on April 7th. I am very excited! It's a great space and I'd love to welcome you to our soft opening party on April 7th starting at 4pm - 7pm. Music, drinks, and snacks will be provided and we'd love it if you could join us.