I have to say, I’m made for this. This handmaiden stuff. These threads and buttons and snips, they were meant to be my past times and daydreams. I love making things for you. I love dreaming in fiber and heirloom fashion. Figuring out what we’d wear in dreams and how to make that come true. And I think we dream a bit in sepia and antique lace, but we’re still a tad tomboy, a bit of a spicey pioneer with a whole lot of sass…
(When I write posts like this I hear my friend Aurora making “you’re so damn girlie” noises. – but I spit Aurora – yes I do. And I can tip a cow. So there.)
SB!!! *gasp* NO COW TIPPING! Thats not nice! Ps. I have a crush on your dotted swiss.
says the gal with the cow tipping shirt. I have your number. As for the dotted swiss. 2 sleeves down, now I need to decide if I want the whole shirt dotted – or just the sleeves.
beautiful. just amazing!!
the other day Jack said to me that embracing femininity in this world was absolutely a courageous act. just sayin’.
ps – i need to send you a picture of my birthday top. the compliments i have received on it today! i’m not alone in being in love.
pps – hey, that’s my teacup! <3<3<3
Jack = wise sage. Also – “hey that’s my teacup!” may be one of my favorite comments ever.
snaps to jack! I believe YOU now own the cow tipping t-shirt. and I hate to say it… but I vote for the whole shirt. dotted swiss, not cow tipping.
really? the whole shirt? You may learn to hand embroider before it’s all done. …and yes, I love that shirt – but it was totally yours first.
quiet. contemplation. slow nod…. yes, I could probably learn to hand embroider. there is a romanticism that appeals to me there. I could totally see evenings in the attic with tea and embroidery. I think I was born in the wrong time. 🙂
Indeed you do 🙂 Also, did you post that on my birthday purposely? And for the record, you have cultivated a guilty pleasure in me.
Not on purpose -no – must be my innate magic. Or coincidence.