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2/03/2009

The Groundhog Saw His Shadow

So it looks like six more weeks of Winter!

Fortunately there are lots of warm Winter comforts to be found from the Etsy Trashion Team. Here is a sampling of items to get you through 'til Spring.







First, I love the brightness of this Repurposed Plaid Vest by punkinhead $18.


I can just imagine the softness of these Thick and Warm Felted Mittens by BetternBefore $12.


Stop by BarkerBell's shop and get the Recipe for Sugarplums only $1.



This Raglan Medley Tee made from repurposed tee shirts by SewnAgain $45, will brighten up the cold grey days.


And for just a bit more bright warmth, try this Phoenix Neckwarmer by tamdoll $18.


Visit the Trashion Team to find more Winter comforts!

12 comments:

Pam said...

I'm glad the Trashion Team has that whole six more weeks of winter thing covered!

Drew of Fairy Tale Fibers said...

I for one am happy to see more of winter!

Thanks for showing us all some awesome upcycled winter goodies!

the rikrak studio said...

wonderful warm delights!!!

BetternBefore said...

Whoa, I recognize those mittens! I love the plaid vest. And everything else. I don't believe in that groundhog thing though. I think thre will only be 5-1/2 weeks more winter.

Leslie said...

Warms me up just looking at all this great stuff! Leslie

loneweever said...

You've captured crafts for the best part of winter - great stuff to keep us warm and cozy. Thanks!

deeHAYmer said...

So great. What a fun theme...and I love the warm earth tones.

tamdoll said...

Great items & thanks for having my neckwarmer up here!

idyll hands said...

I love love LOVE that vest! What a great team :)

Alison Love said...

I loved the pieces that you featured in the blog ... especially the long sleeve T made from repurposed T's.

It is always inspiring to see the fantastic work of fellow trashion team artists!

Off to the studio I go :)
EcoBangle

Alison Love said...

I loved the pieces that you featured in the blog ... especially the long sleeve T made from repurposed T's.

It is always inspiring to see the fantastic work of fellow trashion team artists!

Off to the studio I go :)
EcoBangle

laura said...

So many awesome things have been appearing on the blog lately!