Sunday, 14 November 2010

St Barnabas Launch Party

Thank you to everyone who came to see me at the launch last night and more so thankyou to the lovely lady who bought one of my hats.

For all of you who couldn't come here is what you missed.

Tuesday, 9 November 2010

Snazzy new Price Labels

Check out my snazzy new price labels-

My wonderful friend Stephanie has designed a beautiful new logo for my hats and cakes stall, didn't she do well.

Come and grab yourself a bargain or a tasty cake. The info is below-

Saturday, November 13 · 7:00pm - 10:30pm

LocationSt Barnabas Church
St Barnabas Church Grove Road Bow London E3 5TG
London, United Kingdom

Created By

More Info
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Cheap £3 tickets available now!!

Monday, 8 November 2010

Sneak a Peek

Here is a sneaky peek at my new work for this weekends market stall and first outing as hats and cakes.

Let me know what you think. Or better still stop me and buy one at the St Barnabas event launch this Saturday.

Sunday, 29 August 2010

Richard Sweeny

I have just discovered the amazing work of Richard Sweeney. His paper sculptures are amazing and I can't help but link them to millinery and how awesome a structured paper flower would look on a headpiece.

Final version

As promised here is a photo of the finished piece ( tiff is on the left). It is not very clear in the photo but I am please with how it came out.

Saturday, 24 July 2010

Work in progress

I am working on a commission for another small headpiece for a friend. i am so glad someone apart from me appreciates the beauty that is leopard printed sinamay.

Tiffany has bought a selection of beautiful shaped cock feathers in tonal greys and browns and some daring pink feathers.

A girl after my own heart, I was instantly inspired.

I really enjoy doing commissions because they give me the space to experiment whilst sticking to the brief set by the wearer. I hope it is the start of many to come.

Check out my progress so far and watch this space for which one she chooses.......... sorry about the background!!


Sunday, 11 July 2010

Don't give up you day job ................

Whilst exploring my options and trying to figure out how to make millinery more of a career than a hobby teaching weekend classes has always been at the back of my mind.

Imagine my enthusiasm when Camilla forwarded me an advert for hat class assistants needed for Katherine Elizabeth millinery.

It all happened very quickly and I found myself spending 4 hours on Saturday helping to teach a very civilised hen party how to make their own fascinators.


It was such good fun. If you know any up-coming hen parties check out her web-site.

Who knows I could even be one of your instructors!!