Sunday, December 20, 2009

Felted Wool and Vintage Chiffon Scarf Neck Wrap

An original Wildwoman Creation.  Felted Wool and vintage Chiffon scarf Neck wrap.  Wet felted and needle felted accents and embellished with an original Wildwoman Creation pin/button closure.  Created with a wool mixture.  The wool has tooth to it and if sensitive to wool, I would suggest wearing over a turtleneck or coat.  I love the feel and the texture , but it is not for everyone.

$65.00  includes shipping

  Close-up of pin.  Fused glass center has an image of Buddha.  The pin slips through a button hole in the and when not wearing the neck wrap  you can wear the pin alone.  

Close up of texture and chiffon scarf.

Saturday, December 19, 2009

Felted Wool and Vintage Lace Fascinator

From Winipedia: A fascinator is a headpiece, a style of millinery. The word originally referred to a fine, lacy head covering akin to a shawl and made from wool or lace. The term had fallen almost into disuse by the 1970s.[1]
In the early 21st century, the term has made a comeback, but the meaning has slightly changed; it is now used to describe a delicate, slightly-to-very frivolous head decoration worn almost exclusively by women. A fascinator may be worn instead of a hat to occasions where hats were traditionally worn -- such as weddings -- or as an evening accessory, when it may be called a cocktail hat. It is generally worn with fairly formal attire.
Modern fascinators are commonly made with feathers, flowers and/or beads. They attach to the hair by a comb, headband or clip. They are particularly popular at premium horse-racing events, such as the Grand National and the Melbourne Cup. Brides may choose to wear them as an alternative to a bridal veil or hat, particularly if their gowns are non-traditional.

However, remember....."Normal is NOT an Option"  The Wildwoman Original Felted Wool and Vintage Lace Fascinator can be worn anytime you want with gowns or jeans.  Rules do not apply in Wildwomanland.
One size fits all.........$45.00  includes shipping