Please join me in my unique as you booth at Purple Haze Lavender Farm where I am demonstrating painting on silk throughout the day on July 19 -21 during the Sequim Lavender Farm Faire. You can paint your own silk scarves with me for $25. Find out “what hue are you?” and discover my one of a kind handcrafted art, apparel, and pieces of flair!
Meet my cousin Megan of Olethea’s Adornments who will be with me! Delight in her amazing creative works and some of Susan’s Thistlehill Farm fiber goodies as well!
Lavender Weekend, July 19 – 21 10 AM – 6 PM
Purple Haze Lavender Farm, Bell Bottom Road, Sequim WA
I thought it would be fun to use my blog as a space to answer some Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) that I get. As someone who enjoys asking questions to learn more, I hope that you enjoy this experiment in my blog.
Question: Why to do you have a Japanese middle name?
Answer: I was born in Tachikawa Japan, which is part of Tokyo, because my father was in the US Air Force and stationed there. My folks always wanted to remind me of where I came from. My middle name Emiko has several meanings, but the one I identify with the most is Smiling (Emi) Child (ko). I have always used my cheesewhiz grin as my logo to brand myself because the meaning of my middle name.
A couple weeks ago, I bought myself a keychain that had a little doll with my name, Emi. She is very sweet! www.kimmidoll.com