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Since I was about knee-high, I have always had a passion for fashion. It was only in my teens that I really found my true identity and loved to dress in anything that was considered "fashionable" at the time. Fashion fads:- Soul Girl; Trendabilly; Psychobilly; Rockabilly; 1950s style; 1940s style.

Tuesday, 8 June 2010


Hi everyone,

Well, after a very busy weekend preparing for and hosting Vintage Vogue, it's back to my knitting.

It was lovely to see some of you again and of course one of my regular customers managed to bag herself a lovely sweater. I am also knitting another rainbow sweater for one of my waiting list customers and preparing for the 5 September fair so there's no stopping me at the moment.

Getting back to last Sunday, my stand was decked out with bunting and featured some red, white and blue sweaters. Here are a couple of those on display.

Stephen and I managed to get a photo done together, though not one of our best I must say, probably due to lack of sleep that weekend, but at least you can see me wearing another one of my rainbow sweaters in a slightly different colour-way.

If you were one of the lucky ones who managed to hit the Vogue Tea Room you would have seen our new Nippy waiting to greet you at the bottom of the stairs - none other than Jitterbug Doll, Miss Amanda Lee. She was indeed our lucky charm for the day and certainly didn't lack charm, that's for sure!!!

Well, it's back to my knitting and I am excited about two other sweater designs that I would like to add to my stand at the next fair - one of them is a lovely 1950s evening top with contrast stripe and bow, off the shoulder, the other one is a 1940s sweater with stripe and bow features. I am thinking Navy and Emerald Green as the colour scheme at the next fair.......

Bye for now,


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