Tuesday, 21 October 2014

Find Momo

Find Momo is a photo project by  Andrew Knapp of his game of hide and seek with his collie dog, Momo.




"Momo doesn’t like to play like other dogs. When you throw him a stick, instead of returning it, he hides. This is how the project started."





And sometimes he hides just a wee bit too well!! I still can't find him in the photo below.


I play a similar game with my dog but I am the one who has to hide!

(via Laughing Squid)



Monday, 20 October 2014

More Hats...



And the tartan blouse I will photograph tomorrow when the model is in a cheerier mood!



Saturday, 11 October 2014

Bare Conductive

How cool is this!



We have the board, we have the paint...my daughter wants to write song lyrics on her bedroom wall and have the song play when she touches them. Me? Douglas reminded me about the conductive thread he bought me and I never found a use for, until now! I quite like the idea that a piece of my clothing could come with a personal, speaking, note sewn in.





Friday, 3 October 2014

The Ridge

I am not in any way suggesting that this is how you should do it but surely this must make you want to visit the Isle of Skye.




Breathtaking and utterly insane!


Tuesday, 30 September 2014

A Simple Tunic Dress





This one is a bit of a strange pose but I like how it shows the shape of the dress:



a loose fitting shift dress made from cotton poplin with side seams that angle forward, two pockets, wide raglan sleeves that stop just past the elbow and a round neck.


A simple little tunic dress and all it needs is a great looking necklace!
Necklace by The Jewelry Story.



Wednesday, 24 September 2014

Etsy Around the World: United Kingdom

From the Shetland Islands to London, Etsy's blog highlights the UK's diverse community of makers.

And on the way, they stopped by...


For Edinburgh-based Lois Sturgeon of 13Threads, it is proximity to the world’s largest arts festival that fires up her creative imagination — but the breathtaking views from her workspace windows don’t hurt, either. In fact, she designs, cuts, and stitches all her handmade clothing — kimono-style dresses made from Liberty of London fabric, tweed wool and mohair wrap jackets, wide-legged denim culottes — in a room at home that overlooks the Edinburgh castle. The one-off nature of her pieces makes each one a wearable work of art, especially since they are inspired by elements of traditional dress and historic costumes. In her line, old-fashioned flourishes find a new — and eager — audience. “After many years of making and wearing my own clothes and being stopped and asked by strangers where they could purchase them, 13threads was born,” Sturgeon says. - Etsy Blog



Monday, 22 September 2014

New Hats

A furry one



and a boiled wool one.


Both are listed in my website shop and my Etsy shop. I have enough of the boiled wool to make two but the green furry one is the only one!

Gorgeous rings are by http://www.thejewelrystory.com/



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