Wednesday, 19 February 2020

A Sasha Morning - Sasha Girls.

 I've spent a few hours with the Sasha girls today.  Helping them decide what they want to wear, and what their various roles are.  Some of the girls will remain 'in character' and others will take part in more day to day life/active roles.

The Rose Hip Chicks have two new members.  Molly and Stevie left the group as they couldn't stand the hectic schedule they were leading, and so Cora and Ziva have joined the group...they are currently on trial to see how they get on. (Previously seen at the Music Festival here:  A Summer Music Festival)

They just need to sort out their instruments now...although primarily a vocal group, they do like to add a bit of instrumentation or percussion to their sound.

Emily is wearing one of her favourite dresses she got at one of the USA Sasha Festivals.  I see she has her hand caught in the ribbon in these two photos!  Molly, who found music life most stressful in part due to her age, is relieved to not be in the limelight and has happily chosen one of the first dresses I made to wear.  It is always a firm favourite amongst the girls.

Charlotte and Erica Michelle, represent Mini Me and my Sister in dresses I modelled on identical dresses my mother made for my sister and I in the very early seventies.   I made these for one of the Sasha Festival Dress a Sasha competitions.

Sally is wearing one of the school uniforms I made for the first Sasha Festival I went to in the UK at Stratford Upon Avon in 2012.

Alice is wearing one of the farm girl outfits I made quite a few years ago now.

Stevie, also relieved not to be involved in the band (despite her namesake!) has gone back to wearing her beloved favourite outfit.  Can you tell she likes shades of purple?!

Sophia is my model, and is currently just wearing a sensible warm dress.

Everlee Rose, who is one of the girls who will be playing a more active role in Rose Cottage Life, is wearing a jumper/sweater I knitted a few years ago and a skirt that we got from one of the Sasha events in the UK.

Summer, ever hopeful that the season summer is approaching (despite the weather!) is wearing a New Zealand themed dress I made featuring Kowhai flowers.

They've now gone back on their shelves.

Not the best photos, I might try with my other camera later, and if better, will replace these photos.


  1. So good to see your girls Getting out for some playtime. Your shelves are looking beeea-utiful.

  2. Glad to see the girls out and about. I hope the new band members work out!

  3. Your girls are all looking very lovely. It's always fun to revisit those classic, well loved outfits. I particularly like the plaid school outfit. The girls here are currently all quite into plaid and tartan. They say it's a fashion thing this season.

  4. The girls are adorable in their ensembles. My favorite outfit is the one you call "a sensible warm dress." I love the color.


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