Saturday, October 16, 2010

Girl's Sweater Mini Skirts

Little girls look adorable in these sweater skirts! Wear with tights or leggings and favorite boots for a warm (yet stylish) outing.

These skirts are made to fall just above the knee, and are available in sizes XS: 12- 24 months up to size XL: 8- 10.
Prices vary from $30- $45, depending on size, decoration, and fiber content.

Visit: or call (360) 643-1712 for currently available items, or to place special orders.

Friday, October 15, 2010

Jersey Knit Scarves

Made entirely from recycled jersey knits, each scarf is a lively combination of colors and textures.

Sunday, October 10, 2010

Jersey Knit Panel Mini Skirts

Made from recycled t-shirts, these skirts are great for all seasons: layer over yoga pants, tights, or capri pants and your favorite boots for fall and winter.
Pay no attention to where the tag is, most of these skirts have no front or back, so you can change the look by turning your skirt!

Priced under $40, and available in sizes XS to XL.

Many Mitts!

My Mitts are made from recycled sweaters and currently come in: plain, leafy, or daisy. Thinner ones are ideal for indoor use (when your home or office is a little too cool for dexterity comfort), and heavier ones are great for working or walking outside on a frosty day (zip your coat without having to remove your gloves!).

Buy on line at: If you do not see what you want, send me a message on etsy and I will email you the latest pics of currently available designs.

Monday, October 4, 2010

Daisy Cap

These Daisy Caps have been a great hit!
Other recycled fiber caps go for $50 - $60 and are so plain!
Madrone; regenerated clothing Daisy Caps retail for about $45 and all come adorned with my signature variegated exterior stitching and a felted wool daisy between two woolen leaves. Now how cute is that?!

New for 2011

These are the first pictures of my 2011 clothing line.

The fabric is made entirely of recycled fibers: 50% post industrial ringspun cotton from the clothing manufacturing process, and 50% post consumer P.E.T. bottles (spun into polyester fiber), then made into fabric right here in the USA.