November 27th, 2012 / posted by paularath

Terry Logan, The Logger’s Daughter, at home in Washington. The skirt is one of her most popular designs.

December 2nd, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.,
Honolulu Museum of Art School at Linekona.
Workshop fee and materials for a bag, $40
Presented by the Hawaii Stitchery & Fibre Arts Guild,
Preregister and prepay by emailing Darlene Richardson at Walk-ins will be accepted.
Take a half-day workshop and create your own bag with designer Terry Logan, The Logger’s Daughter, on Sunday, December 2nd. Learn new techniques using basic hand-stitching. Complete a bag with convertible straps and unique floral embellishments. Bring sharp scissors and jewelry pliers, if you have them. There will be tools to share. The basic kit includes fabric, trims, fasteners and an exclusive-designed earthenware button accent, plus needle and thread. Fee includes the kit and the 4-hour class for $40. Of course there will be additional kits, buttons, embellishments and accessories if creating one bag is not enough.

A sample bag from Terry’s class.

The Logger’s Daughter Trunk Show Schedule:
Chelsea at Ward Warehouse, Thursday, December 6th, 3 to 7 p.m.
20% discount with 5 food items for the Hawaii Food Bank,
Gift-With-Purchase for first 20 Customers
Louis Pohl Gallery, First Friday, December 7th, 5 to 9 p.m
Silver Moon Emporium, Sunday, December 9th, noon to 3 p.m.
A summer road trip to the Bay Area yielded treasures of Asia-themed panels and prints for new Swing Coats. Her new collection also includes Arrow Tunics, Dragonfly Dresses and creative pin-tucked garments. Expect baskets of new designs in fingerless gloves in a new Rayon/Lycra knit with glass pearl accents.  
Terry Logan’s original designed and individually created fashions and wearable art can be found, year round, at Silver Moon Emporium in Haleiwa and Chelsea at Ward Center. The Louis Pohl Gallery on Bethel Street in Chinatown features her clay masks and earrings.
The Loggers Daughter, Terry Logan, lives in the Pacific Northwest but makes annual winter escapes to Hawaii to show her newest fashion designs. With family ties in Hawaii, Logan understands the climate and creates one-of-a-kind fashions that are all washable and light weight, perfect for Hawaii’s warmer-than-Washington weather.
– Paula Rath
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