Once Upon A Time...
there was a mother, who loved to take her little girls to magical places- through stories, through music; through dress up.
She would spend hours draping them in old net curtains, and bits of fabric, and the little girls loved being transported to far off lands with the help of their simple props. The mother wanted to grow this experience for them, to have more of it, to allow her little girls to play and dream in a rich world that didn't conform to regular, beauty queen Princesses. So she began turning the curtains into dresses, the fabric into crowns, weaving as much magic as possible throughout each piece.
Soon, the news spread far and wide of the magical little things coming from the house with the mother and the two girls. People began to knock on their door, and ask if the mother would make something special for their own little children. So thrilled was the mother, she began working late into the night, designing more things that would carry with them a piece of magic to every home that it was sent. She ran out of old curtains, and so selected new fabrics, chosen only for their quality and softness- much of it woven in Ireland. She tested everything for safety and longevity, for she knew that one day her little girls would grow up to have their own little children, and wanted to make sure that each and every piece would serve them for generations.