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A thrift-store rat since I was a teenager in New York City; raised by an Australian mother who taught me to sew and to repair and/or save what could be reused; a visual gal who has always loved playing with clothing and with painting, though not usually at the same time. And so much more.

I find it inevitable that I have arrived here, at my little virtual shop of vintage and upcycled clothes and wares. I choose, restore, repair, and upcycle my pieces with great care and I love them all. I hope you find a little something that suits you perfectly.

If you are curious, my shop name, "Slippery Crockery," comes from a blurb on the back cover of my mother's first book of short stories, Lies and Stories: "Glenda Adams...captures her audience by the ease with which she handles the slippery crockery of life."

  • Female
  • Born on May 8
  • Joined May 6, 2010

Favorite materials

vintage and thrift stuff, wooden housewares, fabric, oil paint, paper

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About

A thrift-store rat since I was a teenager in New York City; raised by an Australian mother who taught me to sew and to repair and/or save what could be reused; a visual gal who has always loved playing with clothing and with painting, though not usually at the same time. And so much more.

I find it inevitable that I have arrived here, at my little virtual shop of vintage and upcycled clothes and wares. I choose, restore, repair, and upcycle my pieces with great care and I love them all. I hope you find a little something that suits you perfectly.

If you are curious, my shop name, "Slippery Crockery," comes from a blurb on the back cover of my mother's first book of short stories, Lies and Stories: "Glenda Adams...captures her audience by the ease with which she handles the slippery crockery of life."

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