About Me

An Aussie girl, formerly from Brisbane, living on the outskirts of San Francisco, USA.

Stay at home momma with a highly energetic toddler daughter.

Goth at heart, obsessed with kimono, vintage fashion, dinosaurs, colours, teacups and the endlessly fascinating world we live in.

My other sites:
Naomi no Kimono Asobi
Immortal Geisha
Immortal Geisha Community
Immortal Geisha & Kimono Asobi Wiki

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    1. jackie says:

      Hello! Thank you so much for your note! I just left a comment expressing my love for your work!! I also want to ask if you are cool with me using one of your shots on Flickr in my Robot Gear Garden set (with credit of course!) … http://www.flickr.com/photos/8088149@N08/sets/72157627439199206/
      … so that I can add it to my spoonflower page …
      http://www.spoonflower.com/fabric/92724

      If you scroll down you can see there’s a place to add photos of projects. If not, totally fine … just checking.

      Thank you thank you!
      jackie.

      • Naomi says:

        Oh! Please go right ahead and use one of my photos! I’m so glad you liked the dress – you made it easy to be inspired with such a fantastic print. I’ve had people asking me left, right and centre where the fabric came from!

    2. Don McCunn says:

      I just saw your 2013 Halloween costume and was blown away. That really is such a lovely period in history. One of my dreams is to make a dress like that. Congratulations.

      • Naomi says:

        Hi Don! Thank you for your lovely comment! To be honest, I’m still a little surprised I managed to pull it off. I have a bad habit of just jumping into the deep end upfront, flailing around and just hoping for the best outcome!

        I absolutely agree about it being a lovely period in history with fashion. Now that I have actual support garments made for my daughter – what’s stopping me from making her more 18th century clothing? Nothing! :D

        I wish you the best of luck with making your dress. If you do, please share photos with me, I’d love to see!

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