Craftside: Jay Calderin, author of Form, Fit, and Fashion, at the Iris Apfel fashion event at The Peabody Essex Museum
My Photo

Categories

Thanks for Visiting the Craftside Blog

Related Posts with Thumbnails
Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...
Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...

« How to crochet a four-color spiral from the new book: The Complete Photo Guide to Crochet by Margaret Hubert | Main | How to make Coffee Filter Pockets from the cool new book: Self-made Stationery by Kazumi Udagawa »

December 09, 2009

Comments

Shari

What would the Christmas season be with out my velvet and fur Santa Hat? I wear it everywhere that I can get away with it from the day after Thanksgiving until New Year's Eve! I buy them for every family member when they are about age 5 and then buy new ones as they get older and need larger ones. Finally, when they reach age 25 I give then a really good one so they can carry on the tradition as long as they are willing to.

A Facebook User

I don't have any holiday clothing. I do like to wear hats, though.

Suella

At the moment my best holiday acessory is a a traditional hat from Finalnd with streamers and embroidery. The body is red felted wool, with four horned corners rather like a jesters hat. I can wear it with a red jacket embroidered with black cord. Looks fab.

People smile when I wear it.

Great fun!

wendy m.

I have lots of Halloween t-shirts, and a couple of Christmas ones (including my "Bah Humbug" shirt). I also have a few festive earrings for Christmas - sparkly snowflakes and silver snowmen. But the cutest thing I saw recently was a light-up necklace that looked like a miniature string of Christmas lights.

Dawn Edwards

I just purchased a little velvet collar with some silk fringe. It's was shown as being holiday apparel, but I'll wear it all winter...It's so pretty and really jazzes up even a simple outfit. It was supposed to be a Christmas present, but I've worn it three times already:-)...I still have the tags so I can pin them back on, put it in a little box and stick it back under the Christmas tree.

f lynn rush

a comfortable t-shirt, and even more comfortable jeans!

Marjorie Jumisco

I too go for the crazy socks. Red, red scarves and mittens.
I made a skirt that I circles w/holiday rolls of tinsel that I faithfully drag out each year just for fun.
Happy Holidays to all.

The comments to this entry are closed.

Register

Video Bar











  • How to Make a Marie Antoinette Paper Doll with Lisa Kettell



    How to Make a Ribbon Bracelet with Elaine Schmidt



September 2015

Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat
    1 2 3 4 5
6 7 8 9 10 11 12
13 14 15 16 17 18 19
20 21 22 23 24 25 26
27 28 29 30      

Craftcation

  • Craftcation Conference - Craft Convention and Small Business Conference