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I am a maker of things, driven to create beauty to bestow on the world. I strive to engage the interest of those seeking to express themselves through what they wear.

I've always been creative, but developed an interest in sewing and fiber arts at the age of fourteen. I decided that everything I wore needed to be altered by me in some way to truly be mine. I taught myself to sew on an antique treadle (non-electric, foot-pump-powered) sewing machine, and the magic was unleashed!

In 1995, I helped form a performance art troupe called the Surreal Circus, which led me to explore costume making. Bringing grand visions to life, I began to really acquire an appetite for design.

In 2000, I launched a line of unique & colorful costume horns. Using foam from discarded couch cushions as the…

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  • Born on September 27
  • Joined November 20, 2010

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Ridiculously soft fabrics, covered buttons, lace trim, and tons of thread

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I am a maker of things, driven to create beauty to bestow on the world. I strive to engage the interest of those seeking to express themselves through what they wear.

I've always been creative, but developed an interest in sewing and fiber arts at the age of fourteen. I decided that everything I wore needed to be altered by me in some way to truly be mine. I taught myself to sew on an antique treadle (non-electric, foot-pump-powered) sewing machine, and the magic was unleashed!

In 1995, I helped form a performance art troupe called the Surreal Circus, which led me to explore costume making. Bringing grand visions to life, I began to really acquire an appetite for design.

In 2000, I launched a line of unique & colorful costume horns. Using foam from discarded couch cushions as the bulk material & copper wire, from electrical chord scraps, for the core frame to make them bendable, I discovered a love for making beautiful things out of materials otherwise destined for the landfill. Those were the humble beginnings of Recyclone!

In 2003, I began to "remix" clothing. I would take 2 or 3 articles of unwanted clothing, cut them into interestingly shaped pieces, and puzzle them together to create one epically eye catching garment! This caught on & soon I was making something for nearly everyone I knew. Thus Recyclone was fully realized! http://www.recyclone.etsy.com

In 2006, in an effort to create a fun & inspirational business that could eventually support a friend & her 2 daughters. Elise Olsen & I developed and launched a line of elegant and comfortable lingerie called On The Inside. She has since been greatly successful! http://www.OnTheInside.etsy.com

In 2007 I launched my line of sophisticated women's apparel called Love Letter. Using the softest of cotton, jersey, lycra, and bamboo blends, this line is very comfortable, yet undeniably fashionable. Detailing such as lace, ruffles, & covered buttons grace cuffs, collars & hemlines, giving it that certain feminine Je nous se qua. The designs are form flattering and body conscious. Love Letter offers classic cuts and modern silhouettes, rich and vibrant color combinations, and relentlessly fashion forward dresses, shirts, skirts, leggings, and accessories in a range of sizes.

I hope to bring you all the best in the way of beautiful attire for today's woman! Thoughtfully acquiring ethically & environmentally sound, basic & stand out pieces for your wardrobe, while supporting independent designers is now easier than ever!

I hope you find everything your sweet little heart desires through this wondrous land of attainable beauty that we call Etsy!

Thanks so much for reading my ever evolving story!

Sincerely, Myah Hubbell

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