Our Work In Progress Wednesday is on Thursday this week because scheduling is always a little wonky after a snow day isn't it? But we couldn't not share this gorgeous hat our very own Marthe is knitting up in Cascade 220! | Two by Two hat pattern available on #Ravelry, #yarn by @cascadeyarns available via link in our bio!
Dawn fades as I flip through the memories of this past weekend at the #remodelistamarket. The energy of creativity and the passion for it was a tangible buzz in the air and Thomas and I are truly humbled by the experience. We are so grateful to @remodelista for inviting us to be part of such an exciting, inspiring event and for @lekkerhome for hosting in their beautiful space! #itsallhappening#newenglandmakers
I got to sculpt and cover this Bonnie seat a few months ago and here it is on the Casco Bay waterfront. Matte black leather and rolled pleats. If you have riding photos with your seat, email them to me or tag #madebymaven. Please and thank you!
Still on a happy high from today's show! Anyone in the NH/MA/ME New England area know of good shows? The show I participated in was wonderful, but lacked the handmade potential I know it could have. I'm toying around with the idea of starting a killer handmade market in the Seacoast NH area 😍 Who's in?!
Kira wears The Orgashmere Capelet as a cowl. Quoting ourselves here again: For those of you unfamiliar with Orgashmere we penned a definition: . ORGASHMERE: n, adj (ôr‘gash‘mēr) the most luxurious, softest, and orgasm inducing yarn that you have ever felt in your life, made from the fine, downy wool at the roots of the hair of the Kashmir goats of India, spun by an artisanal yarn mill in Italy, so named by isobel + cleo, a luxury knitwear label on Nantucket that makes everything by hand on the second floor of their shop. We dare you not to try to snuggle with it. . . . . . . . . . .
I'm so excited to be included in this project featuring makers and essays from around New England! #Repost from @place_inthemaking ・・・ Today is the day! PLACE is now taking orders for our first issue- Fall/Winter 2017. We are a group of Makers, Photographers & Architects all working in New England- the magazine is a collection of essays and products made by small batch makers of the region. Please share the news and help us to jump start this publication Visit our Indiegogo campaign to order- link in profile - Thank you! Sandra - click on the image to see who some of the contributors to this first issue are