The last of my Jacqmar scarf collection is now up on Flickr (until I acquire more!)
Fabulous, lush floral...quite old, I think, as it is a soft shell pink crepe like silk.
The first and last polyester I bought. Although I see many, one has to stop somewhere!
I wish I knew a little more about this most English of makes. Like, when did the logos change? Why were some printed in Italy and when? I intend to but any I see at the right price, and you all know how much that is.
When I add a blog to my reader list I look for a couple of things...what is the writer interested in, sewing? textiles?vintage?, and a sense of time and place. So it has been interesting to read my Australian bloggy buddies on how they are dealing with the floods. Like the variety of blogs they write, all deal with it in different ways.
From my blog reader...just a few
and a Canadian blog of interest.....the super MaryAnne
I'm delighted to have some items featured in Treasuries this week.
A little Help from my Friends, curated by Monique, an expat,she lives in Florida where she makes one of a kind, dramatic jewelry, her shop name UniqueNique says it all. She used this vintage scarf.
and, Love in the Afternoon, put together by Glenda of Wintergarden, who lives right here in Toronto and makes OOAK textile items. With a title like that you just have to click on this bright treasury