lovin’ skif at heavenly metal!

I’ve been lovin’ Skif for all the years they’ve been hand-making funky, functional, free-form sweaters in their St. Louis studio. Their collection is trendless and hip, always changing and always now. And not available in the mall. Natural fibers are used, including yarns imported from Italy, Belgium, Turkey and Ireland. Each sweater is a one-of-a-kind piece of wearable art. I’m…

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Baggu giveaway #2

Look what my haircut client, Melanie, made for me! I’ve been cutting Melanie’s hair since before her cute little toddler Elizabeth was born. Not just a fan of my haircuts and Heavenly Metal, Melanie also adores Lucy. 🙂 She came in the shop recently and gave me this sweet little mini-Lucy that she felted herself. I thought it would be…

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Big and Baby Baggus have arrived!

Dana is showing off the new BIG and BABY BAGGU’S that just came in — in a limited supply — in fuschia, black, mustard yellow, olive green, and aqua. Dana loves ’em! She says they are great add-ons to the original Baggu we sell! Come in soon for yours….they’ll sell out quickly! But worry not: lots more will arrive by…

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I just love ’em . . . . Tiffany Ownbey’s sculptures, that is!

TIffany Ownbey’s paper mache folk art sculptures make me very very happy! The North Carolina artist uses recycled and found objects and used paper products for heads, arms, and hands, then builds out the figures with paper mache. Here’s a photo of Tiffany in her Ann Arbor Art FaIr booth back in July, where her pieces were flying out of…

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. . . and the winner is . . . .

If you’re on the Heavenly Metal mailing list, you know that today is the day for the free baggu drawing! In the September e-newsletter I announced that I would choose one lucky winner from everyone who left a comment on my blog during the month. Wow! A ton of comments were written — thank you! So, I thought it would…

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