I'm So Great: The Rantings of a Jaded Youth

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What I’ve been keeping under my hat. July 30, 2011

That harpy is clearly my sister, Ashley.So I mentioned that I had something I’d been keeping under my hat that I didn’t want to spill the beans about. It’s this. I started up this shop a few months ago with the great idea of making children’s clothes with mythic themes, but things in my personal life kept me from working on it initially. Then later I talked to my sister and her not-girlfriend about the idea and suddenly things were flowing again. We’ve got all these drawings just waiting to be put into use. Then we were all busy again. Now I finally have some things to sell including and almost limited to those dinosaur hoodies I mentioned a few posts back. Before your jaw drops in disgust, I know they’re expensive, but so is fleece. I assure you that I won’t be able to quit my day job any time soon even if those sweaters sell like hotcakes.

Check out the ideas though and give me some feedback if you like what you see. I keep meaning to get on making some designs to go with the amazing and adorable drawings my cohorts and I have provided, but you know how life is.

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6 Responses to “What I’ve been keeping under my hat.”

  1. Danielle Says:

    Yay!!! I’d like to maybe see some more pictures of the hoodies. Like in your old blog there are a bunch that show the AWESOME back and stuff, you should totally put those up on Etsy too, because that is a huge selling point. I LOVE THIS IDEA. I love LOVE the sketches! :D

  2. Danielle Says:

    Actually, I’m retarded, when I click I found them. Also, Angela said this when she saw them: “Aaaaaah! I want one!”

  3. Jill Says:

    Wren has a really big head and I can’t find any hats that are snazzy enough to put on her. How about a gorgon beanie? A minotaur sun hat?

  4. Jill Says:

    17″ around but it grows by about a 1/2″ every month.


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