It snowed heavily yesterday in Litchfield Connecticut. Rain and sleet followed for good measure. Yesterday morning was my first day cleaning some of the flower beds. Two full wheelbarrows down. I pruned the sedum and raked around some of the foolish emerging spring shoots. A few I handled gently knowing the weather coming very soon. Will they never learn?
This is what I learned a few weeks ago and completed. A new design!
Meet some new fabric I’ve just started printing. It’s an all cotton lightweight gauze. It is lovely -a little heavier than the chiffon but awfully cool. I’ve run three hot blue designs to show it off. Here’s one called The Blues.
AND, I still have some on hand. See all our in-stock scarves here.
What do you think? Due to my hand surgery I haven’t prepared photos for the scarf pages yet but know, I have three printed and more will be ready to sell in February.
And, never fear! Visions of new designs are dancing in my head as I plot returning to the Computer and of course, a soon- to -emerge, spring growing season. Hope all your good visions come true!
Our scarves and pillows begin in the garden. I capture their growing cycle with a digital Nikon which offers limitless options for their use in my artwork. We currently have a line of gorgeous all cotton sateen pillows in stock. I ship direct anywhere in the United States. Our chiffon made-to-order scarves have enjoyed rapid sales starting Spring 2018. And, this fall, the new infinity scarves. You can order by text or email me direct.
Mary (Maria Paola)
Artist & CEO, Paola Prints