So much to do! On a whim, I offered to host a craft show/open studio December 15th here at Huckleberry House, which means putting together a group of local crafters and setting up tables just about everywhere throughout my home, but I’m looking forward to it. The house is a 1950’s cottage on a tree-lined street in a cozy neighborhood, the kind where everyone walks their dogs and kids play outside on sunny afternoons. It’s a good place to be, and I’m happy to have my studio here. I’ll post details on the event as soon as I finish putting things together later this week.
If you are a crafter in the San Francisco East Bay area and would be interested in participating, I’m still looking for more artists! Contact me here and I’ll be in touch.
A selection of new fabrics have been listed in the Etsy shop over the past week or so, and they are gorgeous, as usual. Two new tonals from Kona Bay’s gingko collection, and a selection of prints from Alexander Henry’s Asian collection offer many new possibilities for your holiday craft projects.
In the meantime, I will be writing up various articles on kimono to be posted here as soon as I finished editing photos, and there will be many new items listed in the KimonoMomo Etsy shop.