shop next door to us Saturday during the festival. This cowgirl was one of her first customers...oh she was something else!
Southeastern lubber grasshoppers hatch. They become huge, ominous black looking things...but they eat mosquitoes and that alone is one great reason to encourage them. The bebes are miniature versions of their future adult selves...and with anything miniature, I'm always in wonderment. They all hopped into the plants away from the constant procession of street feet, gobs of them...and not a soul noticed even with the throngs of people pushing down the street to the festival.
And a couple new introductions in the shop before the Fest. I found through Etsy Wholesale a new soap line: Three Sisters Cauldron. I absolutely love the packaging and it smells wonderful...I'm ready for some product testing STAT! I'll be adding these pretties to the bath section of our main website very soon.green checked prim style towel that I silk-screened with a simplified fleur de lis. I really adore these towels I've been using (see my primitive ticking stripe towels). They are super thick and launder so nicely.
connect with me: website | twitter | facebook | pinterest | instagram | ravelry