Sep 29, 2009
The birdy birds have always been urban with their attitude stances and poses, but its time to expose a little more from which they came. I live in this wonderful little oasis in Baltimore city surrounded by trees and grass and lawn mowers and birdies and squirrels and even a fox that exposes himself every once in a while. But I am still very much a Baltimore native with the sound of periodic gun fire and helicopter's search lights, and need to also need to narrate the story of the true urban birdy. Introducing Mr Pigeon and the Black birds! All three will be at Crafty Bastards making their debut!
Sep 28, 2009
I have had such a productive three day weekend! Introducing the little girl tote! Perfect for her first little purse! Machine washable with one interior pocket! Cocktail totes for any gal! New and improved with a velcro closing so your personal items won't fall out! And more totes in pink and Eggplant!
Sep 26, 2009
I had such a great day..12 hours in my sweatshop making totes and messenger bags...shoulder strap bags, small little girl totes, cocktail totes, regular totes..all felt applique...all birdie bird! Getting ready for crafty bastards and squid fire in Philadelphia! much more to follow this week! Here is a sneak preview of what I made today!
Sep 16, 2009
Been sewing and photographing like a maniac...now just trying to find the time to post everything and get ready for Crafty Bastards! Ans yes...try to type without my new kitty Lucy walking all over my key board as I type. So here are some goodies that didn't sell in DC....and are being posted in my shop.
Sep 6, 2009
7th and F streets, NW in Penn Quarter
Thursday and Friday, September 10 & 11; 11 AM – 7 PM
Saturday, September 12; 11 AM – 5 PM
Marking its 17th anniversary, The Washington Examiner’s ARTS ON FOOT sponsored by Wines of Argentina is one of Washington, DC’s most unique celebrations, and is considered by many to be the city’s premier outdoor festival. Spanning four city blocks, the event kicks off the Fall arts season and showcases the best that Downtown DC has to offer.
Held in the vibrant Penn Quarter neighborhood, the festival features three Restaurant Sampling Courts with top DC restaurants; the O OrganicsTM Cooking As Art Pavilion with chef demonstrations; the World Market® Wine Area with tastings and intimate seminars; two stages featuring eclectic music and performance; two Cultural Corridors, supported by The Pink Line Project, offering cool hands-on activities for children and adults from galleries, theaters, museums, and more; and a juried Art Market, open on Thursday and Friday, September 10 & 11, too, with 100 exhibitors selling pottery, jewelry, paintings, photography, textiles, graphic arts, wood work, and other fine art. Also, check out the Neighborhood Showcase of Penn Quarter cultural organizations and venues presenting special programming throughout the festival day.
Pick up the Official Festival Program in The Washington Examiner on Thursday and Friday, September 10 & 11, and at the Art Market and Festival on September 10-12. Visit www.artsonfoot.org for exciting festival developments and updates and become a fan of The Washington Examiner’s ARTS ON FOOT Facebook page, too.
Admission and many activities are free; rain or shine.
Metro: Gallery Pl-Chinatown
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Sep 4, 2009
and now for something from the past...time to celebrate my first week back from school..noticing that all of the kiddies have all picked a style from my past...mohawks, 80's new wave is there...and yes...the 70's is back in the guy department,,,had to ask a boy in my class to button up his shirt! And for some reason Frampton has been in my head all day...I remember seeing this one!