The Strong women celebrate family in Meg Staley Handmade scarves!

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My dear friend, Tracy Strong, lost her dad last year and after reclaiming some of his favorite sweaters and shirts, asked me to refashion the garments into scarves and throwpillows for her family’s Christmas reunion in Sun Valley.  Here is Tracy, flanked by her sisters, daughter and nieces in the Jack Strong memorial infinity scarves.  Cozy, colorful, and grinning from ear to ear, happy to be together.

Thank you, Tracy, for allowing me to help you retain the memory of your father and celebrate your family’s ties.

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Playing Dress-Up on My First Year Anniversary

My studio Is finally taking shape, almost a year after moving to our farm in Maple City, Michigan.  I’ve had such fun making it a home, full of light, color and pattern.  Just like my clothes! 

At special request from a few of my stores, I actually put on mascara, combed my hair and modeled two pieces for their ads.  This is like torture for me. At age 62, I don’t really recognize the person in the photo, but ya gotta do what ya gotta do.IMG_2065

The Mitten Tunic IMG_2056The Flip-out Tunic