Monday, January 21, 2013

A Very Pretty And Special Thing

Annette Browning of Kentucky Blue Fiber Co. had the most beautiful shawl on display at the Kentucky Wool Festival this past fall.  It was very unique, hand crafted and I couldn't keep my eyes off it.  At the end of the weekend I asked her if she would be interested in making a custom shawl for me.  From someone very special.  She said yes.  It arrived the other day.






 
Thank you Annette.  There are no words.  It's beyond beautiful.

For more information and a link to Annette's blog...

23 comments:

  1. How is that made? Is that felted? I can't really tell? It's BEAUTIFUL though!!!!!

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  2. Wow. That is beautiful beyond words!

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  3. Yes, it's felted. There are pictures in progress over on her blog. Link at the bottom of the post.

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  4. that shawl is beautiful!

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  5. Wow! I have never seen such a unique shawl. Gorgeous!

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  6. Oh Sara, it's beauty and history has me all choked up now; I can't imagine what it did to you!

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  7. Gorgeous. What a lovely way to remember Miss Ewenice!

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  8. I know what will happen everytime you wear it.....

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  9. My eyes welled up - it is absolutely beautiful;your photos do it justice and to know you will wrap yourself up in it when you need to makes it even more special (((hugs to you)))

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  10. Ahhh wrap yourself up in it and feel the love! It is beautiful:)

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  11. Absolutely gorgeous! And very special.

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  12. Stunning......you did Miss Ewenice proud with style to wrap your memories in.

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  13. So gorgeous and delicate looking!

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  14. It's absolutely gorgeous! I love how you can see Miss Ewenice's curls on the edges.

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  15. And now Miss Ewenice can hug you every day. Stupendous!

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  16. Wow, just gorgeous! Looks soft as a feather.

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  17. Majorasue said it best! I love it and Miss Ewenice is always at your fingertips!

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  18. Very Ewenique, enjoy ...............

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  19. OK, I must be the only weirdo, all I could think of when I saw that package was...Maisie died!!!
    PHEW, I do love that shawl and have made some similar with thrums of other shawls!! this is quite different and stunning. It will definitely keep you warm!

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  20. What a lovely and feminine shawl, just as Miss Ewenice was a lovely and refined lady sheep. A beautiful memento that you can keep forever.

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  21. Elegantly beautiful, just like Miss Ewenice. We need a photo of you with your head held high into the sun now. Annette's works is wonderful!

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  22. Hi Sara
    I wish I had that bag of wool and I would give it back to you - such a beautiful tea jerking story.
    I can see how you get so attached to these wonderful sheep - they all have such individual personalities - just like us.
    The photo of Hank washing Marcel's face in an earlier post - is sheer bliss - if I hadn't seen it I wouldn't have believed it......

    I'm your newest follower and I'll be back for lots more sheepy tales!

    I do hope you'll pop over and see me too and enter my Giveaway!
    hugs
    Shane ♥

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