Saturday, December 8, 2012
Friday, October 12, 2012
Vertumni fine landscaping in Seattle. I got him out of his gardening gear and into his velvet evening jacket to model this Scarf Moment black and blue pinstriped scarf. The light blue reverse of this scarf is an incredibly soft vintage cashmere! And the color really matches Bruce's eyes! But you don't have to have blue eyes to wear this scarf. I will have versions of it at Unique NY and Bazaar Bizarre SF (see previous post for details).
Wednesday, September 12, 2012
Bazaar Bizarre in San Francisco, wearing their Scarf Moment scarves. Look how creative they got with their scarf tying methods! I'm looking forward to seeing old customers and meeting new ones in New York and San Francisco this Fall. Bazaar Bizarre will be held on December 1st and 2nd, 2012.
Tuesday, September 4, 2012
Gwendolyn, backstage at the Bootleg Bar where she was performing with her country/western band. This scarf I made from a floral corduroy that's probably from the 70s matches quite well with Gwendolyn's 70s granny dress. Do you watch the show Weeds? Gwendolyn makes some of the music for that show. If you like it, check out her latest album, Bright Light. And you too can have a scarf like Gwendolyn's. I will be posting soon about which craft shows The Scarf Moment will be selling at.
Friday, August 31, 2012
Charlie Sputnik modeling a scarf made from a fantastic striped silk. I met Charlie when I myself was DJing at the Standard Hotel. I've made a few versions in the limited amount of this vintage fabric I found. Although I'm sold out of the grey flannel backed scarf shown, I have one backed with green silk, one backed with yellow silk (which Charlie is wearing) and one backed with a black quilted cotton. Soon to be sold at a craft fair near you.
Thursday, August 30, 2012
Thursday, August 23, 2012
Omar is modeling this scarf, that will look as good on a woman as it does on this man.
Sunday, August 19, 2012
Jillian King, still looking as good as when I met her, oh, let's just say a few years ago.
Friday, August 17, 2012
Most of my scarves have a vintage print, plaid or stripe on one side and a new solid fabric on the other. But I never pass up a nice vintage solid fabric, so sometimes I get to make scarves that are vintage on both sides. Such is the case here, where I combined an old grey wool flannel with a red and grey striped cotton fabric that's probably from the fifties. The greys matched up perfectly. Modeled by the incredibly talented Los Angeles artist Duane Paul
Thursday, August 16, 2012
semidivine.com. The scarf is made from a vintage grey and white cotton fabric that might be by Marimekko. It certainly has that Marimekko look, with checks in a print that looks like it was based on a handpainted design. The reverse of this scarf is soft black corduroy.