New Project: The Faeral Collection

“…faeries are alien creatures with values and ethics far removed from mankind: they do not think, and most notably, they do not feel, the way that humans do. This is precisely the core of much of their envy of mortals and the source of a good deal of the trouble they cause, for faeries are themselves creatures of the raw stuff of life and are ceaselessly attracted to all forms of creativity and particularly to moments of high emotion in which they seek to be participants… all the arts, indeed, acknowledge a debt to an unidentifiable, invisible, capricious, sensitive, delicate, elusive, and powerful force which is called ‘inspiration’ or ‘Muse’ and is generally irresistible when present. It is no coincidence that these are also the chief characteristics of Faerie. Hence Faerie should be held as infinitely valuable.” – Faeries by Brian Froud and Alan Lee


I’m excited to share that I’ve started working on a new collection, although it will be quite different from my previous ones, in that it will be a purely conceptual and artistic endeavor. As a business owner, I’ve found over the years that even when creating a business that you love, incorporating your creative vision, at the end of the day it is still a business. I love what I do and will continue to do it, but this year I wanted to begin some work that wasn’t commercial and rather was done simply for the sake of it. Call it an indulgence, if you like. 🙂

For the Faeral Collection, I will be drawing inspiration from the feral/primal spirit inherent within us, within the natural world, as well as the Otherworld -that strange in-between land of faeries, elementals, wights, and so on… I am reading up on all of this quite a bit as well as spending a lot of time in the forest, and am finding that there is truly an endless wellspring of inspiration to draw from.


I plan to share my process for creating this collection along the way, as I find the real magic is in the process itself. Not entirely sure what this is all going to look like in completion, but that’s totally fine by me. You can follow the process here or on my IG account (@corvidaegoods). No matter what, this collection will be a dance with the Otherworld, a dance with my Muse. x


Happy New Year // Imprint Sleeveless Back in Stock

A belated happy new year to you all! I hope 2019 is finding you healthy and happy. I’m still getting adjusted to living on our homestead, so while I have been keeping busy with Corvidae, I haven’t been so good about keeping up with social media and the like!

Anyways, one of my goals for the new year is to keep up with things on the blog and Instagram, get more product photos out in the world, and even have plans to start a newsletter… stay tuned. I guess that is more than one goal, ha. But you get the idea.

And in shop news, the Imprint Sleeveless is back in stock! It’s made with a super soft bamboo cotton blend jersey, and hand dyed with cedar branches to create a unique print on front. As always, it is cut/sewn/printed in-house. Get yours here.


This is the time of year when I am hunkered down at my sewing machine, making as many pieces as possible for the year, so expect to see more styles rolling out soon!

Shop is closed 7/26-8/10


I am moving next week, and decided to close up shop for a bit so I can focus on that, take a vacation, and get all of my inventory in one place! All orders placed before 7/26 will be shipped out in the usual 3-5 business days. And while the shop is closed, you can still find Corvidae goods at these lovely Seattle locations:

Ghost Gallery

Bon Voyage Vintage

ReRun Room

Essential Apothecary


Virago Gallery

Thanks for your patience, and see you in August! ❤