There are new pieces up in the shop!
There are rosebud headbands in pewter, turquoise and sage, and rosebud belts in chocolate, navy, marigold and turquoise. There are also brand new pin corsages in several colors. They are so sweet for fall because you can pin them on blazers and cardigans. I've backed them in my favorite 100% wool felt (this is not your mother's thin craft felt, trust me), which makes them nice and sturdy and gives them a great feel.
Sidenote - I think we need to bring brooches back, people. I have a few vintage brooches that I love, because they make even old, boring coats feel special. Sometimes I stick them on blouses or belts. If you are super stylish, you could pin one on a fabulous hat and pull it off.
I thoroughly enjoyed putting this update together. And thanks again to my lovely sister for being my model. We had lots of fun shooting the photos together (we used one of my favorite family heirlooms, a hand crocheted tablecloth, as our backdrop). Hop over to the shop to see more pictures.
oh, what a lovely variation - and so perfect for fall! in related news, there's an excellent "talk of the town" piece in this week's new yorker on madeline albright's love of pins. clearly she needs to wear one of yours, no?ReplyDelete
...and we are all going to ignore how i can't spell "madeleine" at nine in the morning. come to me, large cup of coffee...ReplyDelete
the orange ones are especially darling with the way the edge darkens. just beautifulReplyDelete
oh my word, that pewter is to die for. Okay, and everything else, really -- fabulous work!!ReplyDelete
Oh, I love the belts and pins! But now I'm torn between the marigold and the navy. The marigold seems to have an edge, though...ReplyDelete
Everything is so lovely, Rachel! I'm particularly found of the belts!ReplyDelete
I totally agree about brooches!! I love them and have been trying to bring them back for the last year or so! I will def be looking at yours - they are beautiful!ReplyDelete
all your new additions are so lovely and perfect for fall!ReplyDelete
I love the yellow belt- so cute!ReplyDelete
The belts are a great idea! All of it is beautiful.ReplyDelete
the corsages are so tempting! and i love your brooch idea. so classy.ReplyDelete
Rachel--I've been subscribing to your blog for SO LONG, and it's still one of my favorite daily reads. I never comment because I'm always in reader, but after this post, I just HAD to come on and comment. These are GORGEOUS! I'm so impressed with your craftiness. Keep it up, I love reading and seeing your latest creations!ReplyDelete
those are all so gorgeous!ReplyDelete
Hi Rachel- I just tagged you with the Kreativ Blogger award. I don't typically do this type of thing so I am not the least bit offended should you decide to forgo. Just thought it might be fun during baby waiting time. You can get all the details on my site. Much love!ReplyDelete
Those new corsages are wonderful! I completely agree that brooches need to come back. I see them around and they really do just dress up a boring coat or sweater.ReplyDelete
I'm so there. I wear brooches now and then because I'm allergic to metals and can't wear much else jewelry, but I dream of a vast collection so I can wear one every day. These are gorgeous!ReplyDelete
I have a bunch of my grammie's broaches (she collected them religiously)...i've been putting them in my ponytails. Way cute!ReplyDelete
Adorable new goodies! The Ladies Activity Club is celebrating our 4th anniversary tonight with a party to make headbands and brooches based on your great instructions :)ReplyDelete
I love the belts! Love!ReplyDelete
oooh i love the little brooches. really cute. and perfecto for fall.ReplyDelete
beautiful!! and i love the idea of sticking a broach on a belt!! too much fun :)ReplyDelete
amen to brooches!ReplyDelete
Hi- Just wanted to say that I love the new goodies for the shop, and also, that I love brooches. I have about 5 that were my grandmothers and I wear them all the time- on ribbons as belts, grouped together on my jackets, and also on wraps and scarves. We definitely need to start bringing them back- good to hear someone else loves them!ReplyDelete
The headbands are incredible...would be perfect for my bridesmaids!ReplyDelete
Wow, you've been busy! And I am in total support of bringing brooches back.ReplyDelete
Amazing!!! One, or two, of those little corsages has my name written all over it!ReplyDelete
I'm with you on the booches! I love them. I'm also totally digging your take with the corsage. Beautiful. You could totally market those to brides for weddings.
oh that yellow is gorgeous against the gray!ReplyDelete
Love the update and new brooches. I love brooches for my fall/winter coats.ReplyDelete
I'm loving the marigold - I think yellow is totally underrated in general.ReplyDelete
I think I need to order some for holiday presents....ReplyDelete
your corsages are amazing! i completely agree about bringing brooches back. i've been timid in the past, but this year i've been pinning them on cardigans like crazy. brooches are beautiful.ReplyDelete
Amazing and beautiful!ReplyDelete
So, everytime you write a blog post about these adorable creations, I have a hard time deleting it from my Blog Feed!ReplyDelete
They're just so lovely.
So I just discovered your Etsy shop and am in love! I can't wait to recieve the items I just purchased. Your work is beautiful.ReplyDelete
I featured you on my blog - keep up the beautiful work!
I need to channel my inner Blair Waldorf and get one of those headbands!ReplyDelete
oh! everything is so tempting and lovely. but i have to stay on a budget. why do you tempt me so?ReplyDelete
Those corsages are just fab.ReplyDelete
So sweet and such gorgeous colours! Such a clever idea to do little corsages Rachel!ReplyDelete