Warm and Fuzzy

Finally! It’s time for links! I’ve bene meaning to post some new shouts out for quite a while…

Here goes.

STITCH AUSTIN! Applications are due on the 28th!
PARTICIPATE IN THE RUNWAY SHOW
Are you an indie fashion designer? If so, we’d love to check yo’ stuff! Specifically, each year we look for independent fashion designers to submit pieces for inclusion in the runway portion of the show. To celebrate our fifth anniversary, in 2007 each selected designer will have up to FIVE models strutting their stuff down the runway.
craft bazaar: show your goodies in action on the stage and sell them in a booth. You get all the same perks that come with both the booth and the runway designers with like a gazillion times the exposure, hooray!

JAIMEE ROSE STYLE BLOG: Jaimee is the style queen of Phoenix and now she has a blog where she shares all her favorite shopping finds. Bookmark this because it will come in handy for the holiday season ahead.

DAY OF THE DEAD MERCADO: This is from my friend Robert. He runs a store and web site that are perfect for any imported muertos goods you may want!

SILVER CROW CREATIONS: Great, afforable supplies for altered art craft goodies! Another good one is HANNAH GREY. i picked up some silky vintage sari fabric.

COQUETTE: Every day on Craft Zine, Natalie Zee posts about cool things people are making from all over the country. What would we do withoiut her? Show her some love and check out her personal site, Coquette. It’s all about fashion and style. The good stuff!

:ALISA VALDES-RODRIGUEZ: She lives in AZ now! She has the sequel to Dirty Girls Social Club coming out this spring, and in the meantime she is currently casting for the motion picture for the original book. The cool thing is that she updates us on the process, and even shares the details of who she has talked to, and posts audition videos. It’s fun to see how this all works from an insider’s point of view.

I forgot the other links I was going to post, but the ones you see here make me feel all warm and fuzzy inside, so I’m going to share this quirky Moses Leroy video with you. He reminds me of my friend Harry when he doesn’t straighten his hair. Harry, where are you? If you see this call me!

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