A little Sponsor Love

Hello Color
You may have noticed a few new sponsors pop up over on my right sidebar. 

They are all fab.

Here’s a little bit more info about them:

Like color? Ruffles? Pouches? Bags? Headbands?
Definitely, definitely check out Gussy Sews.

Alicia makes beautiful knitted ear warmers + jersey ear warmer/headbands. Be sure to check out her shop on etsy!
Annelise is kind of “my opposite”. Her goal is to do hairstyles that require no heat or hair products. Be sure to check her blog regularly to see what she has come up with! 

Jackie, at Memories By Design, designed my blog. Everything “graphic” you see here is from her. She’s incredibly gifted and has been a delight to work with. I highly, highly recommend her.

Casey Rose is a phenomenal natural light photographer in the Raleigh area who took some photos of my Half French Twist hairstyle. A dream to work with and extremely talented.
I LOVE this new sponsor’s art. The print images in their shop on etsy are awesome. They do customized prints too! 

Elisa makes stunning rosette headbands for all ages. Her attention to detail shows in her work.

Find fabulous fabrics, by theme, color or type at Modern Fabric Studio! Perfect if you are looking for a specific fabric! 
Saressa Designs is beautiful gemstone jewelry. High quality and such a variety in her shop on etsy. 

Love personalized and monogramed items? Be sure to stop by Monogramchick


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Anonymous says · 02.02.12

Wow i just had to comment i saw one of your sponsers names is annelise.. my 4 year old daughters name is annelise that is so weird dont usually see that name..=)

Rachel says · 02.02.12

Thank you for the shout out Kate 🙂 Your blog is fabulous and it is a joy to be sponsoring you!

Erin and Andrew Dodson says · 02.02.12

The head/ear warmers look awesome! Definitely will check that out.


Jennifer says · 02.02.12

I LOVE Gussy! Her work is so amazing! So glad she is sponsoring your blog! :0)

– jen
walls.jennifer1 at gmail (d0t) com

Bren says · 02.02.12

Kate….I have been reading your blog for some time now (along with your lovely sister’s blog) and I am going to reach out and ask if you could help with a fund raiser for a little 2 year old girl named Isla (pronounced EYE-LA) She has Cystic Fibrosis and a bunch of us quilting bloggers got together and made a quilt to be raffled for her. The drawing will be held on Valentines Day and Isla will pull the winner. If you could share this raffle on your blog, and send your readers over to help out, it would be AWESOME. The tickets can be purchased via Paypal and they are only $1 each….6 for $5….12 for $10, etc. The quilt is large enough for a queen sized bed and is handmade….blocks were sent from Israel, Australia, and England, as well as all over the US. The link is http://www.quiltforisla.blogspot.com I have been blogging for almost 5 years and my own blog is at http://www.brensnewplace.blogspot.com MANY women have become involved in the making of this quilt and the drawing will be photographed and the winner announced on the evening of Feb 14th. If you can help by getting this out, it would be SO appreciated!!!!

Anonymous says · 02.02.12

Love your blog and sponsors…but each time I click something, it doesn’t open in a new window. So, I have to open another window to get back to your blog. Just a little more time consuming 🙂

Memories by Design says · 02.03.12

Kate – thanks for the shoutout! I am way behind on my Google Reader, so I hadn’t read this post yet, but when I just checked the stats for my site, I knew something was up. 🙂 Thank you!!

Annelise @ Aunie Sauce says · 02.03.12

Yayyyyy! Thanks for the shout out!

Ismail says · 07.10.14

Good stuff, Rob. I wonder if annyoe who has been a guest in Roskilde has not gone to to Viking museum? The puzzling bit is what they did on day two! If Colm had travelled further east, to Sweden, he would, if he knew them well enough, find people who are rather envious of the laid-back, easy-going, fun-loving Danes… The only bit I wasn’t sure about was the two policemen in dark grey suits – the Danes I know are either very stylish or look as though, colour-blind, they grabbed stuff from a child’s dressing up box.

Nikola says · 07.21.14

I really eyoenjd reading this. I can’t help but think of John Harney as the Willy Wonka of tea, such an apt comparison.I’ve always heard that he runs a good business, but the way you describe his manner and how he knows his employees just makes it even more wonderful. And after all that you saw, the cutoff for a small business is 100 employees. I know that Mr Harney operates something of a global business with his company, with all that he has accomplished with it, to think that he did classified as a small business astounds me!