</div><span style="font-family: arial;">I love this color... it is one of my favorites. In fact, I have a whole stash of fabrics, pieces of clothing from thrift stores, etc, stored under my bed. They have been there for years.... Someday they will become something else. I always remember them whenever I am working on something else in the color Copper.</span>
<span style="font-family: arial;">This is "Cuprum", (which is Latin for copper). These cloche style hats arecharming, don't make me sweat in this hot weather and are just plan fun to play with.</span>
<span style="font-family: arial;">More pictures can be seen </span><a style="font-family: arial;" href="http://firstname.lastname@example.org
<span style="font-family: arial;">The paintings in the background of the pics are ©WB Eckert 2009 whose work can be found </span><a style="font-family: arial;" href="http://wbeckertstudio.smugmug.com
I love that she can be worn in a variety of ways (tassel in back, pulled low over the eyes, high on the head).
More pics can be seen at 1000 Markets Shop
On one of my other blogs, Just Hats, I recently did a piece entitled "The Cloche and its Charm". I truly am enamored of the Cloche. Any woman can wear one and the styles are innumerable.
Here is a new one: I had a lot of fun making it and even more fun embellishing it. There are a lot more pics here.
Here is Art For Your Head "Gracie" - she came into existence through felting, knitting, spinning and some crochet. She is a lovely for sure.
The neckpiece is not yet finished, but will be listed separately as soon as it is complete. For more pictures please see here:
And please... if you have the opportunity, stop by this afternoon/evening for the Wearable Art Market Public Forum discussions
Sunday April 5th, 7 EST, 6 central, 5 mountain and 4 pacific till whenever!
Art will be the subject of course-- inspiration, latest ambitions, recent successes-- or works in progress-- general levels of creativity, chocolate addictions-- Who knows what else and where it will lead? Join us and find out!
The thread will be in the Wearable Art Market public forum--
More pictures can be seen here: Art For Your Head "April"
This is a beautiful combination of hand dyed wool, wool/hemp and a touch of cotton. This combination creates a lightweight yet warm hat. It is one of the few hats that I make that is totally crochet. She can be found at my 1000Markets shop. Http://DreamWoven.1000Markets.com