Happy belated New Year
A little late, but happy New Year everyone! I couldn't be happier to say goodbye to 2012 and welcome this year in with open arms. It's already starting out beautifully, I just feel so much brighter, and I'm working on an exciting project that I can't tell you about just yet, but soon! I'd love to hear about amazing magical things that you have in store for this year.
Also, I just wanted to post about an interview that I did before Christmas with an excellent Toronto street style blog, Toronto Verve
Nigel, the man behind the camera, was such a sweetheart that I was willing to prance for him on my rooftop on a cold winter day in little dresses, trying to think of the hot chocolate that I would have afterward! Anyway, he took some lovely photos of some dresses that I made, and if you want to know a little, or a lot (I'm chatty!) more about me, you can read all about it here.
OK: So I'm starting to get excited because soon I'm going to be able to start sketching up some ideas for new patterns. As you've probably figured out, I love my dresses. But I wanted to ask you if there's anything you'd like to see among the collection? I'd love to hear your thoughts.
Have a beautiful day!
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