Feeling a little raw this evening. Decided to show you all a glimpse of reality into what me working in my studio looks like. Here I sit on a Friday night favorite super hero shirt, hair up, sitting at my sewing machine working on the last two #harryPotter#houseflags for a #party in two weeks. Typical artist pencils in the background and proof that my office is in my bedroom. #thisisreallife#designerlife
Disregard the mess in her room still lol I'm slowly working on the rest of her clothes and diapers and all that crap lol it's about halfway done but at least I got the house flags put up! Wasn't sure how I felt about them as "curtains" but I think I like it! Haha #harrypotternursery#houseflags#hogwarts
People often ask us how long a flag should last, and the answer is, "it all depends". Flags can last all of one day in a hurricane wind or many years with proper care. Weather plays a major factor in the life of a flag as well as where it is flown and how often. Wind, water and sun all work together to lessen the life of a flag. It is best to take it down at night and during foul weather. It is also important to hand wash it in mild detergent occasionally to help prevent pollutants and dirt from weakening the fabric. Hang the flag so that it dries completely before folding or storing it. At the first sign of fraying, have the end repaired before further damage is done.