Holidays are always a great time to get inspired. The mind is at rest and free of all everyday life stress and it is often while I am traveling that ideas pop up… this summer vacation was no exceptions.
The highlight of my holidays was the visit of the
Laura Ashley exhibition at the Fashion Museum of Bath in England.
When I make the collars and cut the fabrics, I always ensure to waste as little as possible. I keep the off cuts which can be used for other products and I have been keeping the smaller pieces in a fabric bag with the thought that one day I could find a purpose for them.
A LETTER FROM NOELLE
I probably said this before but selling your products online, as fantastic as it is in the sense that you can reach people all over the world, can be a little frustrating as you never get to see your customers, their reaction when they receive their order, how they feel…so when a customer sends you a letter (considering that today so few people write by post) to say ‘thank you’ it is the most satisfying feeling you can get.
Today, the lovely Noelle from France sent me this letter with photos of the collar she had made with our
collar sewing kit along with photos of a little pouch she had sewn with the fabric that were left over. It is fantastic to see how creative people can get and that one of my products generated a moment of happiness into their lives. Merci!
If you fancy winning one of our beautiful collar Kit illustrated by
Lucille Michieli it’s time to join our FACEBOOK PAGE!
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We are having a private sale : )
Love those shots of our products in the December issue of MILK MAGAZINE.
Image 1 - Product featured: Crochet Beguin (Hat)
Image 2 - Products featured: MAY Navy Collar & CLAUDINE Cholet Collar.
Styling: KANAKO B.KOGA
I was introduced to crochet by a friend of mine many years ago and from the moment I picked up a crochet hook I fell in love with the process…