Stitch Austin - Recap


Saturday my business partner, Joe, and I traveled to Austin, Texas, to attend the fifth annual Stitch Fashion Show & Guerrilla Craft Bazaar. This yearly event showcases & celebrates the work of independent designers, artists & crafters around the country. Four Austin-based designers (Jesse Kelly-Landes, Tina Sparkles, Karly Hand & Jennifer Perkins) joined forces to create this forum as a way to share their unique designs, as well as others'. Another objective of Stitch is to provide the opportunity for participants to connect & build relationships with other members of the creative community. As an extension of the Stitch philosophy, the producers have added a new element. The Stitch Craft & Art Indie Upstart Grant is a program designed to help an independent, creative business get started or continue to grow.



I really enjoyed attending Stitch. It was a treat to meet so many Funky Finds & see everyone’s wares in person. Shopping & visiting with people face-to-face is such a different experience versus communicating online. I was thrilled to meet organizers Jennifer Perkins (pictured here with me), her sister Hope Perkins, and Tina Sparkles. Here’s a run down of many of the vendor highlights I experienced at Stitch.



*Giveaway: Leave a comment on this post noting which shop listed below you think is super funky. Two lucky winners will win Stitch swag bags full of cool items such as Plain & Thimble lip balm, a Gelly Roll Stardust pen, promotional postcards & stickers, copies of Adorn & Make It Mine magazines, and much more.

ETA: Post a comment by midnight CST Friday, November 16 to be entered.

31 Corn Lane We met one of the three creative sisters behind this lovely company. The horse designs are precious! I treated myself to a set of heart & pony earrings.

Ballistic Sweater Girl These unique handbags are created using vintage automobile textiles. I especially love the bowling bag style.

Bob & Truffle This booth was absolutely adorable! The seating area & silver Christmas trees made me want to move in. The designer was very friendly and creates the coolest crochet items, including Christmas ornaments. I had to buy one!

Bolsa Bonita Liz Potter designs handbags that are so fun & funky! This friendly designer’s sense of humor really shines through in her work. The Tom Selleck bag definitely grabbed mine & Joe’s attention.

Cahoots Handbags These gorgeous handbags are made of vintage upholstery fabrics & alternative vintage textiles. You really have to feel them in person to appreciate the quality & design. I enjoyed chatting with these vendors who are from Dallas. If you are in the area & would like to visit their studio, drop them an email and let them know when you’d like to set up an appointment. According to their website, they also have regular open houses.

Coco Couture We did not meet the owner of this lovely shop, but we did meet her adorable mother who, turns out, lives right down the road from me. According to their online bio, this husband & wife team attended the same university I did. If you are looking for unique children’s wear & accessories, this is a great resource.

Dawn Houser was another personable vendor who creates many lovely items. Some of my favorite things were her rubber stamps & beautiful craft aprons.


Felt Good Fibers Breanna Rockstad-Kincaid is a bundle of energy. She actually approached me initially because I was wearing my Gnomes Make Me Happy & So Do You tee designed by Shona Cowart of Lala Dex Press. Turns out they are very good friends & Breanna recognized the tshirt design. Felt Good Fibers is a unique shop full of wonderful one-of-a-kind works.

Fort Cloudy This creative brother & sister duo have cooked up lots of fun products. You’ve got to love anyone who names one of their characters “Sal Monella the Fried Egg.”

Harrilu is a shop that was featured on Funky Finds this time last year. I love the silk screened designs that appear on children’s, women’s & men’s clothing. There’s also very cool maternity-wear available.

Lollibomb Beauty creates vegan bath & body treats in fragrances that range from mild to wild. The products have cool packaging, are affordable, & are created by the very friendly Luca. She traveled all the way from Florida to promote her awesome products. I really believe in her products because she has beautiful skin!

Loyale Clothing was founded by Jenny when she noticed there was an inadequate supply of stylish clothing made with regard for the environment. Her beautiful, wearable clothing line is created using bamboo fiber, a sustainable & biodegradable material.


Lucky Kitty We did not meet the designer, Noelle; however, we did meet her charismatic husband who was delightful to talk to. This was another vendor with a nicely designed booth that really showcased all the cool products.

Model Citizen is a hip line of clothing run by two creative Austinites, Bonnie Rue & Maggie Allen. Their screen printed apparel is fun & edgy.

My Imaginary Boyfriend I did not get a chance to talk to this vendor because her booth was so busy (a good thing!), but I did enjoy looking at her products. The Christmas ornaments & brooches were my favorite items.

My Olivette Angela Montgomery’s designs are even more beautiful in person. The filigree earrings look delicate, but feel sturdy enough to stand the test of time.

Queen Puff Puff I enjoyed meeting Nicole & her husband, Vince. They were very outgoing & enjoyable to talk to. And she mentioned hearing about Funky Finds on The Switchboards which thrilled me! All of Nicole’s products are created using the coolest fabrics.

Round Robin Press Shannon Lowry was the first vendor we met that I have previously blogged about. Her plant-able letterpress cards are stunning. And it was fun chatting with her about her letterpress machine.

Sublime Stitching I was so disappointed that I did not have the opportunity to meet the famous Jenny Hart! She was modeling the Sock Monkey bikini in the fashion show, so she was unable to man her booth. But I was able to stock up on more cool patterns & see all her products in person. The newly released embroidered yoga journal is beautiful.

Super Maggie Maggie & Michael were another fun couple that we got to chat with. They traveled to Austin all the way from Baton Rouge, Louisiana. This friendly duo works together to provide the world with wonderful apparel, accessories & more.

Tasty Jewelry Diane Petkoff had to be the most enthusiastic vendor that we had the opportunity to visit with. I featured Diane’s hip jewelry in April. I loved seeing all her designs up close & personal. The acrylic pieces are especially cool.

Victrola Studio I mentioned Austin-based Victoria Corbett in my Stitch preview post. It was a delight to meet her, but I picked on her for not having a sign indicating her business name. However, she did have a cute booth, her designs are fabulous, and she has a lovely English accent!

A few suggestions I’d make to vendors planning to attend expos in the future:
- Wear a name tag indicating that you are the designer. If you have people helping out in your booth, they should wear name tags as well.
- Be visible in your booth. No hiding! Of course your products are what you’re pushing, but customers also want to see the designer & be able to talk to you if they wish.
- Display visible signage with your business name.
- Have business cards, stickers or another form of promotional advertising that includes all your information (name, web address, store location if you have one, and what products you specialize in). Including photos of your work ensures that people will easily remember what you create once they leave the expo.

146 comments:

Amanda said...

Fortcloudy, Lollibomb Beauty, and Harrilu. OF course, I consider them all friends.... but they're the funkiest group of funky friends I've ever had.

dawn said...

*squee*
thank you for adding me in your recap, girlita.

it was such a pleasure to meet you & i am linking your blog to mine, as promised.

if you ever get to san antonio, let me know.

d

Janice said...

Love, love, love Ballistic Sweater Girl. Really enjoying visiting all the sites you have listed in this post.

bonita sarita said...

Mae Mae Stiles. I *LOVE* her jewelry!

Alison Gibbs said...

I so love Dawn Houser's Ballerinas. So sweet.
Alison

Andie-The Brown Bee said...

Dawn Houser's one of the most funkalicious chicas ever to rock this planet! I drool over her urban chic aprons! :o)
Glad to have a funky new place to frequent as well!
xoxo
andie

paige--your friendly cahoots mastermind said...

Thanks so much for stopping by our booth and getting in Cahoots! It was so nice to meet you and an extra delight to find ourselves in your blog! Thanks!

bag lady Liz said...

hey! thanks for having me on your blog! I added your link to my own blog (which is really just about random stuff- no theme, unless you count "crazy" as a theme. Glad you had a great time at Stitch- I did too! –Liz

tania said...

what a fun way to spend a relaxing hour looking at all the lovelies...my favorite from this post is Bob and Truffle. I also love that you are in their flickr photo of their booth Jessica

kimi said...

Ok, so you should see all the windows I have open! I am so sad I could not attend! But it seemed like you had a lot of fun! I like lucky kitty and the fun owl pillows!

Can't wait to finally meet you in a couple of weeks! I am stoked!

Andie-The Brown Bee said...

I linked to your blog....couldn't pass it by! :o)
xoxo

Kim Langston said...

I knew I should have gone to the Stitch show considering I live two hours away... Thanks for the great recap!!!!

Shawn said...

Cahoots handbags are so funky I've got to get one of those! My imaginary boyfriend also has some way funky stuff those pillows are too cute. Thanks for all the great links. I could spend a ton of time surfing those links!! :)

dime store daze said...

Taste Jewelry is hands down my Fav...
what fun checking all the others out I've bookmarked everyone .
You are the real favorite here.. what you do for all us Indie Artist is just fabulous
remember anytime you come to The Big Apple stop by Tinsel Trading and say Hello
thanx again for all you do.
Terri

Keely said...

I really enjoyed visiting all the sites you highlighted.

I am a big fan of Dawn Houser! I have so many of her rubber stamp designs that I could open a store!!! [grin] And I lust over her urban aprons!!!

Carol said...

This was my second stint at Stitch and I have to say that 31 Corn Lane tops my favorites both times. I am the proud owner of last year's give-away bag from those talented ladies and, after coveting their donated bag to this year's Stitch-goers, I believe I'll be loggin' in and buying one for myself!!

Thanks for including my little "living room" in your blog, Jessica!!!

Sequana said...

OH, Dawn's place is sooo funky, with that music an' all...I love her funky tude...

Inka said...

my absolute fave was coco couture. :)

CFCINA said...

WOW -- sounds like a great event! Wish I lived near Austin! Thanks for the recap and continue your wonderful blog! LOVE all the suggestions -- most of my Christmas shopping is already DONE for the year ! Thx-Kathy (Hillsboro, OR)

Jen said...

Totally am in love with Cahoots Handbags! Very cute and funky stuff!

CFCINA said...

It helps if I READ what I'm suppose to do...I checked out all the links...I actually LOVE the Blue Q. website and I w'm gonna order one of their swag bags..super cool! ~ Kathy C (again).

Alyssa said...

LOVE LOVE LOVE Loyale! Great clothes, love that they're eco-friendly too! Will definitely be adding them to my Christmas wish list!

Knitterista said...

Thanks for recapping these fabulous artists!

I'm gonna have to go with Harrilu as my fave...not only was she in The Girlie Show as well this year (shameless plug), but she is such a professional from the way she presents her booth to her amazing website...not to mention her beautiful designs. What a great girl!

African Kelli said...

My goodness! You are so lucky to have been able to attend. What fun! I just love it.
(Your haircut, btw, is fab.!)

RheaAnn said...

i wish i could have gone - i would have loved it! i can't decide which is my favorite. i love too many.

Geek+Nerd said...

Oh so fun...I love so many of these people, but Super Maggie, Sublime Stitching, 31 Corn Lane.

I didn't even notice that we were in the same group! That's so exciting! I got my e-mail late last night and shut the file because I was too tired to read it. Hurray!

Anonymous said...

Great job, Jess! Loved looking at everything! I'm seeing business trips together in the future... :) Mainly so I can see these funky finds in person!!!! You know I have to touch everything....

lindz said...

I think my favorite is Cahoots Handbags! They are so adorable. I love the fabric that they use for their products!

Elizabeth S. said...

Hi! I followed your link from WantNot.net - and I must say you've got a very pretty website!

Fort Cloudy is my favorite shop from the list. :)

Karen Beth said...

My FAVORITE FAVORITE is Loyale. Other faves are Cahoots and Sublime Stitching (love the yoga-inspired journal)!

Cool giveaway here!

bogartg said...

Cahoots rocks! Maximum funkiness!

MaryMo said...

Ok Jessica, I'm so jealous you went to stitch! Sounds like you had a great time and met tons of awesome indie designers. I already love Sublime Stitching but I think my fav new biz you mentioned would be http://www.cococouture.com/ - super sute baby goodies...you know if you're in the market for those things! ;) heehee!

Michelle "Lola" said...

Lollibomb, hands down. Luca's stuff is amazing!

javst42 AT gmail DOT com said...

super funky? It has to be LALA dex press - she has a letterpress printed entitled "Legend of The Human Fly". It doesn't get any super-funkier than that.

Bron said...

I love stuffies, especially owls so the guys at Lucky Kitty have my vote!

Rachelle Nicolette said...

i LOVED the house of dang and figs and ginger. the house of dang had great colors and silohuettes and figs and ginger had adorable necklaces!

jill scripps said...

oh my goodness! so much deliciousness!!!!

i think my favorite though is the dawn houser goodies!

thanks for all of these great links!

xx
jill

claudine hellmuth said...

ohh what fun! my fav is Harrilu I have about 5 of her shirts and one scarf, i wear all the time!

xxxox

Vee said...

very cool!! i love reading your recap!! :)

Beanorama said...

I bought a Sublime Stitching pattern for my sister years ago for Christmas... when I've seen them at art or craft bazaars since, I felt vindicated!! They are cute + edgy.

Amber said...

i love bolsa bonita's stuff!

Karen Beth said...

I don't want it to seem like I'm trying to be entered twice but I forgot to list one of my favorite favorites... Round Robin Press! LOVE her plantable cards! Wheeeee!

Bejeweled said...

Just found you via the switchboards :) What a wonderful blog you have! And what a great virtual tour of Stitch! I so enjoyed checking out all the vendors. My favorite: I really liked 31 Corn Lane. Their horse earrings and bags are sooo cute!

Amy A. said...

Lollibomb Beauty! Loved all the color.

Meg said...

I love Sublime Stitching, Jenny Hart is such a role model, and My Imaginary Boyfriend.

Emy said...

I think I like Lollibomb Beauty the best, although Round Robin Press is a close second.

Sweet Remembrance said...

Dawn Hauser & Harrilu...
Love these, especially Dawn Hauser!
Priscilla

Alice Valentine said...

I was excited to discover Lollibomb Beauty since their products are vegan! And they're really inexpensive... I'm starting an Xmas list now :)

CC said...

I love the site for "Round Robin Press". I remember when you posted about them before. I really like that you can plant the card and flowers grow.
Connie

Sharmaine said...

Wow! What a funky shop overlaod!!! love Harrilu

Awesome list :)

Artsy Momma said...

I am a huge fan of Sublime Stitching but I really love Bolsa Bonita as well!

chinamomxtwo said...

Oh my! hard to pick just one!! But I thnk I shall choose Tasty Jewelry!

Great Post!! thanks! :) Lots of coool cooool stuff to gaze at......
Jeanne

Chickengirl said...

too hard to pick one!! Well, I did get an awesome shirt from Harrilu very recently, so I have to say they are super funky, tried and true.

angela said...

Bolsa Bonita!! bags are wonderful, and, LOL, the name is in portuguese!! kisses from Brazil!!

Dale Anne said...

Loving....Round Robin Press
THANKS for listing all those others as well, will be internet hopping.........

Jamie said...

I'm loving the lollibob shop, anything with lip balm rocks me!!

Laura0711 said...
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debd94 said...

The funkiest has to be Felt Good Fibers. I love the artist statement on the website. Just reading it gets me inspired!

coffeetalk said...

i love the dawn hauser aprons...definitely funky!

SmilynStef said...

So much fun stuff ... love the little album earrings on Tasty Jewelry.

Søren said...

I love Dawn Hauser's aprons, and the Bolsa Bonita Bags!

fiwa said...

Dawn Houser's urban aprons rock the free world!

Anonymous said...

what am i doing here? oh yeah, i want to win something AND look around!

*~*Jocelynne*~* said...

i LOVE the imaginary boyfriend site! the name and all her fun stuff in her etsy shop!

iHanna said...

Great link list, I really like Dawn Houser. The approns are awesome just like you said! i also like her collages. I hope I win, I'd love to read those mags! ;-)

take care

*BB* said...

Dawn Houser, and of course Sublime Stitching!!

shael said...

I love the horse inspired bags at 31 Corn Lane!

katie said...

just discovered your blog - delightful place and links to the indie artists. dawn hauser gets my vote this time, i think her aprons are fabulous!

kristine said...

I looooooove Supermaggie--the printed t-shirts are amazing! I especially like the Seeds and Anemones shirts...drool...

Dallas Designing-Diva said...

Thanks for the highlights...it was great to see the Indie Scene alive and kicking!

ElegantScarf said...

Ooh, I especially love Felt Good Fibers and Harrilu! It's really tough to pick, though, because there's so many great ones!

Nicole Carro said...

Loving all of the links. Do I have to pick just one? I loved Loyale Clothing. So beautiful.

JewelsHud said...

Love them all - especially Ballistic Sweater Girl - cute stuff - I'd love to win!

julieahudson[at]hotmail[.]com

Thien-Kim aka Kim said...

I found your site through Journal Revolution. What an awesome prize pack!

LAURA said...

Great giveaway! Count me in! I like Cahoots and Victrola and loved finding a few more to love with all the ones you have listed! I found you through Kitty Genius and am so glad I did!!!!

Lisa Lucchese said...

Sublime stitching is very funky but I love them all. Lisa L.

bonnindesigns said...

Love Love Harrilu. I will have to explore their site more closely for holiday gifts.
Also, Blue Q had very cool shopping bags for the swag bags and when Jennifer P. showed them on Flickr, I went to their site to get 2! One says "Does this bag make my ass look big?". So funny.

~Donna~ said...

It def has to be Bolsa Bonita for me...anyone who makes Chuck Norris and He-Man bags get my Funky Vote! Liz Rocks!

amytangerine said...

hands down favorite: sublime stitching. the others are amazing too! love how you highlight talent. you rock.

Laura said...

Lots are great, but Felt Good Fibers gets my pick today for funky. Laura J

Greg said...

My favorite was Freshie and Zero but I may be a little bias! :o)

Starqueen said...

Hi Jess,
I luved the Lucky Kitty. And I'm a longtime fan of Dawn Houser. Thanks for sharing a fub tour of Stitch!!

rani said...

balistic sweater girl gets my vote! But they are all so cool and funky!!!

Lusi Austin said...

how cool is this place!
ok so Queen Puff Puff's bags for sure and Victrola Studio's hand screen printed shirts caught my attention!
Thanks for sharing such fab finds :)
Lusi x

Anonymous said...

I loved My Olivette Jewelry!

~elaine~
roz_etta@yahoo.com

Anonymous said...

They were all so great to visit but I just love Lollibomb Beauty stuff.I had lip balms and perfumes that I bought and received from others that was made with special care and I always loved the quality. So I know lollies products are excellent:)
Thanks---Nina- fun old new
http://flickr.com/photos/funoldnew/

daniela said...

Lollibomb, Dawn Houser, and Round Robin Press. And the rest too! Great mix of unique things. What creative and talented people!

Letty said...

Hi, what a GREAT giveaway!
Letty

Nina said...

I totally love the products available at "my imaninary boyfried"...I have a pasion for felt :-)

the enchanted pumpkin said...

totally cool websites! thanks for posting these! lots to look at!
susy

Jill said...

I loved Bolsa Bonita and Sublime Stitchery. Thanks for posting these!

paula clare said...

Hi there! I LOVE YOUR site by the way...

SO many groovy things...I really like the Bohemian look of Dawn Houser's stuff...and I love the fun of Lollibomb. Super Maggies hoodies are FAB, and Bolsa Bonitas bags are on my Christmas list. You're right, the Bob & Truffle booth was very cool. Diane's "Tasty Jewelry" is clever, I especially love the birds and the LP Album earrings!

mj said...

I've ordered from Super Maggie and Sublime Stitching, but Bob and Truffle looks cool and I love Dawn Houser's Urban Aprons.

Ricki said...

Sublime Stitching is definitely funky. They have embroidery patterns of things I never would have dreamed of.

Lelainia N. Lloyd said...

Sublime Stitching gets my vote. I am a sucker for anything textile and handwork related. I started off as a textile artist and then moved into mixed media. The embroidery patterns are adorable!

rachel said...

I love the Queen Puff Puff bags! So cute and slightly funky. :)

Jennifer Perkins - Naughty Secretary Club said...

Thanks for coming down for the show and for the amazing recap!

Amelia said...

All these vendors are awesome, but I've got to plug Super Maggie, everyone should check out their awesome designs!

monkeyblog said...

I LOVE cahoots handbags. I'm always looking for funky new textures in textiles, and they have 'em in spades. Amazing!

Ellen M. C. said...

I've got to go with Fort Cloudy this time, ninja fetus is too much!

Maggie said...

Cahoots handbags is <3!!

ellia said...

ohhhh it sounds like so much fun and full of inspiration... i loved browsing thru all the links!! i have to say that the shannon lowry [round robin] was my favorite... such a hard choice...

ps. i am in the midst of dressing isabella before going to diego's school for a meeting... i am trying to blog about this before i leave the house!! many hugs!

Lori Kay said...

I'm going to have to go with Felt Good Fibers - and kudos for expressing your vision.

windycindy said...

Hi! I have to say the funkiest store to me is "Felt Good Fiber!" Please enter me in your fun contest. Thanks, Cindi
jchoppes@hotmail.com

Hilary said...

Adore Bolsa Bonita. I have two of her bags and I want more. And I'm not even really a purse person. But her stuff is outtasite.

Nemo said...

So many fun and creative things, I really liked so many of the shops above - but Fort Cloudy really got me hooked. :D

Hollye said...

All the links are great, but I love the shirts here: http://www.harrilu.com/

Hollye said...

i just posted a comment but not my contact info! my email is: h (at) kittybomb (dot) com.

Thanks!!

Janel said...

Gotta love Sublime Stitching! I've had lots of fun checking out all of the links, though. Thanks!

Greta said...

cahoots rocks!!

Lulu said...

It's to hard to just pick one...
and everyones websites are just as awesome as the stores.....but hmmmm
i'd say probably Round robin press those cards are fantastic

Louise said...

I had a lot of fun visiting these links and discovered a few new favourites! I especially like Lollibomb because their products are vegan. And the Cahoots bags are just wonderful.

Kristen =) said...

Okay, Well...

I have a few favorites...

I love the Red apple ring at 31 Corn Lane.

I love the printed tee's at Super Maggie.

And the Neat tee's at Victrola Studio.

Sarah said...

Wow...love your site. So glad i stumbled across it. Now to go and check out all these fab finds :)

Dan_aka_Napoleon said...

i love love love sublime stitching!

Mich said...

Round Robin Press has gorgeous cards!!

Kate said...

Cahooty Handbags is my favorite shop

Dani' said...

Bolsa Bonita, 31 Corn Lane, and Cahoots Handbags are my favorites!

Dani'
solta@hotmail.com

Britas said...

Oh!! I am in love with SuperMaggie!! :).

Damon and Laura said...

Oh my goodness!! I choose Bolsa Bonita! Liz's purses are amazing and she is SO nice to boot!

Jen S said...

Lucky Kitty's handbags and owls ROCK!!! Totally into their stuff :)

Sitko said...

Model Citizen makes some awesome t-shirts. Mama likes.

jennifer said...

i <3 Bolsa Bonita and, of course, Jenny Hart will always have a place in my heart (embroidery is my anti-drug:).

lots of hearty love in that there sentence!

xo'jen

Princess of Everything (and then some) said...

WOW! Just browsing through all of those shops has given me some great ideas for Christmas!!

I loved Queen Puff Puff!!

Amanda Ann said...

I love Lucky Kitty!! The owl pillows she makes are too cute!!

- said...

Tasty Jewelry is my favorite. I love the jewels this lady makes.
Really lovely.

KiWi said...

The show looks magnif!

angelaandconnor at gmail.com said...

I love 31 corn lane.. I would LOVE to have one of their horse duffle bags (I love mini horse too!)

SOo adorable

Anonymous said...

I love cahoots handbags! They are truly funky, innovative and fun!

Hedi said...

Coco Couture!

jbubolz-miller said...

Harrilu- Always looking for unique clothes for my boy=)

maya said...

I think Sublime Stitching is the super funkiest!

Chara Michele said...

I love the cards by Round Robin Press! Although 31 Corn Lane's tag line is pretty cute "We heart mini horses". :)

Anonymous said...

LOVE Dawn Houser's urban apron-- wow. And the Cahoots bags-- but really choose JUST TWO?? impossible.

~Elizabeth
http://bluepoppy.omworks.com
bpoppy@gmail.com

Bebemiqui said...

Definately Felt Good Fibers

bebemiqu82 (at) yahoo (dot) com

ikkinlala said...

I adore the shirts at Supermaggie!

margaret k. said...

Oooo... look at all the pretties! Thanks for sharing the finds with those of us not able to attend. Looks like it was a blast.

Kami said...

Definitely My Olivette! It's all so romantic and beautiful... truly creative. But there were soooo many cute options...wish I'd been there! =)

Kerry said...

Bolsa Bonita and Tasty Jewelry were my favorites, but I'm so impressed with everyone's work! Thanks for introducing me to some wonderful craftwork!

Anonymous said...

hi neighbor! going in my favs. lety97 {at} yahoo! :)

Sharon said...

it's really hard to pick just one ... but Lucky Kitty makes me smile (and reach for my wallet!)

Anonymous said...

What an awesome website and great details on all the vendors. Love the vintage bags & tees. Can't pick one over another.

dallasdol said...

Can't wait to get shopping. Thanks for all the funky finds.

Laura @ Laura Williams' Musings said...

Mae Mae Stiles Jewelry is funky cool

blogged ya: http://laurawilliamsmusings.blogspot.com/2007/11/friday-edition-of-contests-galore_16.html

lulusparkles said...

dawn houser- I mean wowsa....Santa,if you are watching me I want one of her aprons please!

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