Glorious_Hats

Bemidji, MN, US
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craft interests: embroidery, fashion, jewelry making, restyle, sewing, traditional feltmaking

my etsy page:
http://glorioushats.etsy.com

Member Since: 09/06/2008

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Mega Scrappy Janes in the Flower Power Challenge

Scrappy Jane's have arrived for the fall season here in Northern Minnesota USA. Bits and pieces and fabric swatches always seem so forlorn, too nice to toss, have always enjoyed running my hands...

Scrappy Janes Flower Power Treatment on Hats and a Bag

Scrappy Jane's have arrived for the fall season here in Northern Minnesota USA. Bits and pieces and fabric swatches always seem so forlorn, too nice to toss, have always enjoyed running myhands...

Clori Rose Flower Power Challenge

Named for the fabulous Clori who dreamed of a silky white rose for her wedding gown. The flower that developed from Clori's desires and my hands included a traditional Dior Rose nestled in an...


recent comments

Re: How to Make an Eco-Friendly Snack Bag

These do look cute and easy to make.

But..... how much does it cost to keep them at a safe clean level.

How much hot water, soap, etc. How often would washing be needed? Can they be washed in hot without melting the nylon lining? Cleaning for food safe vinal? what products can be used to get rid of the germs?

It seems to me that velcro will hold crumbs and lint and dust and germs.

Most kids will be putting hands into the bag, not pouring out a handful of food.

Will kids or parents be taking out uneaten food each night, cleaning the bag? and where will the left over food go? trashed or contaminated food be poured into a larger box/bag and contaminate that too. Or leaving left over food in the bag to become a germ incubator?

A seemingly neat idea but...... is it safe? really eco-friendly, or just apparently?

Re: Flower Power Vibrant Flowers Bracelet

Amazing amount of work, beautiful joyous riot of color.

Re: Sheet music flower power assemblage piece

Lovely assemblage, great mix of paper, buttons, wire. Would be neat to make one using broken strings belonging to a string player (viola, violin, harp, etc.)

Re: Power to the Flower!

This is so cute! Great how the stem wraps around the handle.

Re: Sculpted Threads

Oh be still my heart, this is awesome. Amazing patience in creating your own fabric. The texture is very organic; oh oh, there are now finger prints on the screen as I tried to touch it.