Monday, August 16, 2010

Art For Your Head - "Sibilant" - Wearable Art with Attitude   •   $245.00


Art For Your Head "Sibilant"

About the Hat/Wrap:

This hat/wrap is a creation done with a combination of techniques.... Needle felting, sewing and hand spinning. This is a dramatic piece that can add just the right touch to your wardrobe. It is warm but light weight, funky but elegant.

The base is a black wool felt that has been needle felted with off-whites, light gray, charcoal gray and black locks and rovings that were handspun by me. There are red coral pieces sewn on in various places around the hat/wrap and on the tendrils. There is just a tiny smidgen, here and there of a deep brown). The overall feel of this piece is very nouveau chic.

The Lock Embellishments, i.e.; the handspun, is the kicker.... i've spun in off-white, gray and black locks which give a sensation of wild curls. Appropriate for long or short hair.

The hat measures 11.25" when laid flat. For reference only, the mannequin head circumference is 21". It fits me perfectly (24" head circumference with hair). Please measure your head by using a measuring tape around your crown, going around the largest part of your head or where you would like this hat/wrap to sit. If there is a question... please ask first, before purchasing.

All of my items are sent via Priority Mail and are fully insured. International customers will be refunded any amount over $1.00USD if shipping/insurance is less then stated amount.


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Friday, January 1, 2010

A DreamWoven Sale ??!!?? heard it right. I am clearing out the studio and gearing up for a great New Year!

Here is your chance to take 30% off any item in either my 1000 Markets shop or my Etsy shop.

but....................... in order to claim your discount, you must click the link in the EXCLUSIVE EMAIL that was sent out to those on my mailing list this morning.

To get that EXCLUSIVE EMAIL you need to click here: , get the email and tell me which item you want.

Happy New Year all! May you be safe, happy, content and full of peace throughout the year.


Sunday, August 2, 2009

Sunday Night At the Market, Get ready the holiday season will be soon upon us.

You are invited to a lively discussion at the Wearable Art Market hosted by "Delight Worthyn on Sunday August 2 at 7pm Eastern 6pm Central and 4 on the West coast.

Bring your ideas regarding preparedness for the upcoming holiday season.After all the recession is over(according to Newsweek!)

or Just stop by and shoot the breeze...All are welcome

The Wearable Art Market Forums

Saturday, July 11, 2009

Sunday Night At The Market IV - Those Sweet, Slow Dog Days of Summer...

I love mid-summer with its long warm days, and feeling of time to spare (at least it 'feels' like there's time to spare!). I thought I'd check and see how these days got their name. From Wikipedia: The Dog Days originally were the days when Sirius, the Dog Star, rose just before or at the same time as sunrise (heliacal rising), which is no longer true, owing to precession of the equinoxes. The ancients sacrificed a brown dog at the beginning of the Dog Days to appease the rage of Sirius, believing that the star was the cause of the hot, sultry weather.

And even worse, Brady’s Clavis Calendarium, 1813 described them as: an evil time "when the seas boiled, wine turned sour, dogs grew mad, and all creatures became languid, causing to man burning fevers, hysterics, and phrensies"

Holy cow - luckily we now have air conditioning and time for Sunday afternoon naps and no need for sacrificing a poor little brown doggie!!

So, how do YOU spend those 'Dog Days' of mid-Summer? For me, it's a time to pause and reflect before the rush of energy that accompanies the crisp coolness of Fall and the busy holiday season that follows on its heels.

This little summer pause always gets the creative juices flowing for me - how about you? Any new pieces to share, or plans for new fall inventory? New ideas for getting a jump start for getting ready for the busy season? Thinking up some new advertising ideas? Maybe a little shopping spree? Join the artists of the Wearable Art Market tomorrow night for our Sunday Night at the Market get-together. The party starts in this forum thread:

Come and share your 'Dog Days' with us, starting at 7PM Eastern, 6PM Central, 5PM Mountain, 4PM Pacific. See you there!

Photo Credit:
© Gianna Stadelmyer |

Wednesday, July 8, 2009

OH GIVENCHY!!!!!!!!!!!!

Absolutely wonderful - Givenchy from the Paris Haute Couture 2009/2010 show

ohh what is with the face gear, the arm gear and the chest gear????
whatever it is ........... I love it...............

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Friday, June 26, 2009