Wednesday, June 4, 2014

In the Shop | Out with the Old and in with Pemberley

   Well hello again!  I am still around, yes.  My life has lately been full of some pretty tough mountains to climb, but also a thrilling roller coaster drop here and there.  Amid all of my philandering I have managed to get the summer collection completed for the shop.  But here is the big piece of news: I am changing my shop name.  Going into this new season I have decided to let my old shop fly away in the wind to make room for my new ideas and creations.  For a long while I have been pondering a name, and at last came upon the perfect title.   Ladies, (and gentlemen, should there be any of you reading this), I would like to introduce you to...

Pemberley Threads!

   While I have enjoyed creating many different things for my Etsy shop in the past, I have come to realize that it is my love of literature and period drama that wins out among all of my other interests.  Making embroidered portraits or quotes from favorite heroes and heroines, recreating favorite costumes worn by the actresses for dolls, and drawing the likenesses of Mr. Thornton, Elizabeth Bennet, Emma Knightley and many more.... that's what I really love to do best!  Pemberley Threads will be a myriad of period drama inspired creations, and probably a few things from some of our favorite fandoms too (ehem Avengers, Dr. Who, and Sherlock)

   To celebrate this new chapter on my path of artsy chaos, I am hosting a grand opening weekend on June 6 - 8.  If you haven't noticed, my shop is now completely cleared of inventory and once the new name is approved by Etsy, I will post all of my new pieces.  Come by the blog this weekend to preview all of the new things I have made, and maybe even a discount or two. ;)


Of course, every shop needs a logo.  What do you think of this one?
I may change it but for now I think this is the logo I shall use.

Have a loverly afternoon and see you this weekend!

Yours truly,

1 comment:

Hannah said...

I can't wait to see your new shop, Elizabeth! I was looking at some of your embroidered silhouettes on Etsy yesterday, and they are beautiful!
Love,
Hannah

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