Amy Redden | Vintage Fern

I love to create things and have to keep busy, I love using vintage and reclaimed fabrics as well as new. Here is what I make: purses, appliqued shirts, dish towels, vintage flower earrings, fabric cuff bracelets, hair clips and pins, headbands, onesies, burp cloths, receiving blankets, baby quilts, bibs, slip dresses, pillowcase dresses and shirts, kids aprons, fabric wallets, stitched note cards and notebooks, vintage flower rings, altered vintage suitcases. Price range: $1 - $45. Visit me here or here...

Beautiful Things

"I love beautiful things, but I am also an extremely practical person. I enjoy coming up with ways of taking a functional object such as a purse, a bar of soap or even a simple scarf and turning them into works of art without taking away from their function. That’s why I refer to my work as Functional Fiber Art. These are, for the most part, beautiful works of art, but they also are able to have a purpose. It reminds me of the human race, we also are works of art with purpose." Vanessa Mueller

sneak peek...

OK I know it's a little late in the evening, but we promised a sneak peek into tomorrow show...and here it is!

Molly Call has found a new medium...paint- but also felt and of course her first loves- collage and paper mache.

Jennifer Calderon modeling the latest rage in Hollywood, the knitted 'fanny pack'. Maybe Lindsay Lohan will stop by to pick one up!


I just bumped into Sonya Evans and saw her darling duds at the gallery stroll in Salt Lake City this past weekend. She is recently returned from Eugene Oregon and we are so pleased she will be joining the show.
Her screen-printed goods include shirts for adults (men and women) and kids, sweatshirts, totes and diaper covers. All of her designs are her own original artwork, hand-dyed fabric in groovin' colors. Check out her adult goods here or items for children here.

one wish world scarves and sweaters

Mindy Relyea of One Wish World will be a joining the show this Christmas. Her scarves and sweaters are darling. Each scarf is finished with a little pocket. Inside every pocket is a surprise thought or charm. She believes in passing on goodness and sunshine in surprising places. She will have mother daughter scarves, women's sweaters, little girl sweaters and jackets, and of course logo tees.

Every sweater she makes is an absolute one-of-a-kind. Put together in an "upcycle" fashion, she literally pieces them together from lots of other sweaters to come up with the finished product. She love colors and patterns of all kinds, along with flowers and trees and trims, all of which you will find on every finished product.