Summer is the time to feed and water plants that have returned to share their beautiful flowers. It’s also a time to take new photos, move out some inventory left from the last fair and begin to create new designs. I was so happy to get my daughter back one sunny day to pose in the garden with some of the scarves. So much more fun than work on a hot day!

Although. The garden does have its charm. I adore this photo. The miniature lilac tree is past but its memory will linger all year. We transplanted this tree soon after we bought the house. I knew it was centerpiece material. What do you think?

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The boxwoods around the base of the lilac are growing fat. I can’t complain. Clearly their winter hats have protected them well. It’s a pain to cover them but worth every minute.
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It’s clear that not all flowers are curly and light. This early rhododendron has a classic, spare look to it. One might almost call it geometric. Geometrics are a direction I’m considering for a new scarf design.
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A very early concept I’m working on. A more monochromatic scarf design that might be easier to incorporate. So, quiet compositions are also in the offing.

Scarves in Stock!

scarves in stock
I made some scarves for our last show in April. I have some in stock that can be mailed to you within a week. Check out the scarves with the red numbers. And you can see them larger here.

Jackson Browne, in my memory, will always be a singer whose music is tied to summertime. Is it the nostalgia or the sad love songs that seem forever associated with end of summer? I love this song. Late For The Sky.

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