Trying to diversify my Lucky Zelda line, I've been adding more retro styled clothing to my inventory. This, of course, has been great fun for me as a professional pattern maker & seamstress for live theatre. I've been using real vintage patterns as well as patterns I've made myself. I am striving to produce items that will be consistent with the Lucky Zelda look. Beautiful, well-made by hand, retro styles that will look great together. I want my Lucky Zelda clothes to look great with my purses & accessories
Of course if I want my customers to take my Lucky Zelda clothing with them, they will want to try them on. To solve that issue, I (along with the most supportive husband) have created a great looking, private fitting room, complete with full length mirror. What a fun project! I'm so please with how it turned out.
Along with these new items, I am hoping to continue to take these new pieces to new shows this year. A couple of weeks ago I participated in The Pink Parlour in Arcadia for the first time. My fitting room proved to be very helpful & I was so pleased how many people were eager to try on my retro clothes!
I am now waiting to hear if Lucky Zelda has been accepted to Renegade Craft Fair in Los Angeles for the first time & to return to Patchwork Indie Arts & Craft Festival in their new Santa Ana location.
So while waiting, I'll keep doing what I love & am so blessed to do: sewing beautiful, high quality items that I am proud to put my name on.
Wish me luck!