Monthly Archives: November 2010

Happy Thanksgiving!

Not to worry I’m not in a rowboat somewhere. Just taking a minute to wish you all a reflective and relaxing holiday! This photo was taken by Gleb Durujinsky in the 1960’s and ever since I saw it in Bergdorf … Continue reading

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Balenciaga – son of a dressmaker!

If you are in the New York area and you are fascinated by sewing and costume design a visit to the gorgeous new exhibition Balenciaga Spanish Master at the Queen Sophia Institute (684 Park Ave. just north of 68th St.) … Continue reading

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Cyrus Chesnut – A Jazz Piano Legend!

Marty and I had the unique pleasure of hearing The Cyrus Chesnut Trio perform at The Jazz Standard (116 East 27th St. New York, NY)  last Friday evening! We have seen him several times before and each time Cyrus is … Continue reading

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“Jackie O” Lantern!

Am having trouble “letting go” of Halloween this year, maybe it’s because I didn’t get to throw my almost annual bash, though Quilt market was fun! You can see above that Craven (my bird that can’t decide if it’s a … Continue reading

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Happy Halloween from Quilt Market!

Spooky Greetings from Houston where my second home sewing fabric line “Bon Vivant” was presented at International Quilt Market by Windham and me! I decided my costume should be “Holly Golightly turns domestic diva”! In addition to quilts, the late … Continue reading

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