Wednesday, January 12, 2011

In the Studio: Carmen Camellia

Camellias are blooming in some places already. We saw some in SoCal when we were at the Mission San Juan Capistrano. It' a little a early for them in Oregon, but by next month they will be showing up.

I got inspired to make some camellia things. Valerie was so excited to model again. She claims she's been sitting around bored out of her skull.


Here she is, modeling a camellia toque and a camelia neckwarmer. Doesn't she look incredibly sweet and huggable? She looks like she's wearing a yarn collaboration made by Carmen Miranda and Frida Kahlo.




The toque turned another direction looks very different.



Neckwarmer the first.


Neckwarmer the second.

5 comments:

T @ Poppy Place said...

Oh Sharon you are so creative.

Happy belated New Year to you :) T.

J. Kwiatkowski said...

Lol at the description "collaboration made by Carmen Miranda and Frida Kahlo". Spot on.

shellie said...

very cute...i love camellias...at the huntington gardens in san marino they have a camellia forest its heavenly and the city next door to the one i grew up in has a litte parade every year called the camellia festival...we would use them to decorate our girl scout floats(they werent very big!) thats one of the many reasons why i love february so much!

Erin Wallace said...

These are great! I like the neck warmer especially, and think that the toque looks great with the flowers over one eye. Another excellent job, Sharon!

xo Erin

Rebecca said...

They're all beautiful and elegant, Sharon! And Valerie does look sweet and huggable, though she generally doesn't strike me as the huggable type! ;-)