I mentioned on one of the many comments I spammed you with tonight that my adoptive mom makes bonnets. I asked her, and she took her bloody time (five minutes) getting back to me. Her blog isn't really done, and I offered to help her, but here.
My adoptive mom Deanna is a southern, plain-dressing Baptist. She has an amount of children I shan't disclose, and the same with dogs, but she is an amazing person, and I love her work. I also warned her that she might get emails with odd-ish requests from "those gothic types" and said that it was not at all my fault, and that she's just as likely to have requests for cow-print bloomers (like the ones she made for her youngest daughter). She said that if this occured, she wants pictures. I urge all of you to order these, and begin an internet meme. Her email is posted there, and you can drop her a line and ask her for whatever at low prices.
For anyone else, horrible things said to her on any blog will not be tolerated. She gets a lot of shit for what she does, says and how she raises her children, and if you ever say anything horrible to her, your retribution shall be terrible.
I also like Tabitha's Legacy and Candle on the Hill (who do mostly patterns) for conservative pieces that can be easily goth-ified. Sorry, mom. That must make you so horrified. Their clothes are rather low-cost, very high-quality and sturdy. Tabitha's Legacy is awesome if you have little girls - yourself, or in the family - and know where I'll be outfitting my babies when they come along. A good place for other bonnets, kapps and headcoverings (and other doodads) is Covered for Him, whose domain name is spelt with a 4, which I refuse to reproduce here. To me, all the religious stuff is a bit annoying, but easy to get through.
Happy shopping and changing.
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