Hawaii Fashion

We’re not like anywhere else….

Posted on September 28th, 2015 by paularath

  I am really not sure where my passion for indigo comes from. I often think it’s influenced by my two years living in Africa (Botswana and Nigeria). There is some debate about whether indigo came first to Ghana in Western Africa or to Japan. Of course the passion is also stirred because of Hawaii’s
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Posted on September 21st, 2015 by paularath

Gone are the days of waiting until Black Friday for holiday shopping. Some of my favorite events for gift shopping happen in September and October. Leading the way is the wonderful Nui Mono and Girlfriends sale this weekend. Expect to find original one-of-a-kind wearable art, handbags, handcrafted jewelry and fabric remnants perfect for quilters. The
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Posted on September 16th, 2015 by paularath

I am making a valiant effort to edit all the “stuff” in our home. After 25 years living here, it has, quite honestly, gone out of control. My sewing room is a good place to start. I have culled my “Threads” magazines that date back to 1998. I would like to give this collection away.
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Posted on September 11th, 2015 by paularath

Riding on the success of last year’s Indigo Show, fishcake presents Indigo Indigo, featuring the work of three textile artists: Ann Asakura, Akemi Cohn and Donna Miyashiro.¬† Fishcake reached out to the three artists, asking them to take their creative impulse a step further and to play, challenge themselves and experiment with indigo. Curator for
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Posted on August 6th, 2015 by paularath

…you can’t take Hawaii out of the girl. Sue Roach lived in Hawaii for 20 years, leaving for life on the ¬†Mainland in 2011. But Hawaii is so deeply embedded in her heart that island subjects just keep flowing out of her watercolor brushes. Now her lovely local-style paintings can be found on tote bags
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