Sunday, March 27, 2011
This flower is the only thing that cheers me up. The sky is perfectly blue and the sun is bright. Everything beckons me outside to soak up the warm spring air. I open the door and...... BAM! A blast of hateful cold air hits me in the face. The wind threatens to take away my only child and puppy. (Tony is pretty safe) I know it won't be long before spring really comes to Nova Scotia, but I find I have no more patience for the cold. I will stay holed up here in my bright and sunny home and grow my little fabric flowers until someone tells me it's safe to go out there.
If you also need a little pick me up, click here to find my orange rose organic fascinator on etsy, or if you are in the neighbourhood come visit me next Saturday at the Halifax Seaport Farmers' Market.
Wednesday, March 9, 2011
Almost one year ago I found the most wonderful assistant. Her name is Lisa and clearly she is as beautiful as she is talented. Here she is modeling my Olivia fascinator. You can click here to see the listing on etsy.
Tuesday, March 8, 2011
It's cold, but sunny here in Nova Scotia. Not quite pansy time yet. But these little beauties from my organic sewing garden can withstand the cold while singing out SPRING!!
My new pansy fascinators are made from organic hemp and cotton jersey and are mounted on a wire headband, wrapped with the same jersey fabric. Click here to see the first listed on my etsy site.
Spring is coming. It really is.
Posted by hatjunkie at Tuesday, March 08, 2011
Sunday, March 6, 2011
One of the fun things about doing the Halifax Market is getting to see my designs on other people. These two lovely ladies are modeling two of my latest Hat Junkie Organics Designs- Traveling Mabel and my summer version of Brooke.