|Zosha, one of our great customers wrote in to share how she is using her sarongs:|
"I live in Wisconsin & wear my sarongs year-round
Spring & Fall as a shawl -- it's classier than a hoodie & cheaper than a sweater
Summer - skirt
Winter - Head wrap. I fold in half put on my head, leave one end dangling in front & toss the other end across the same shoulder in back. Usually I don't need to tie or pin it unless it gets very windy. Replaces a hat & scarf. You'd be surprized how warm these are. I don't need anything other than the sarong on my head until the temperature (real temperature, not wind chill) drops below 10 degrees -- I have knitted a pair of "ear toasties" for those days (you could use ear muffs, but I find those uncomfortable).
Also, the church I attend tends to keep the temperature a tad chilly in winter, so I use the sarong as a shawl during service & Sunday school. So far no one has noticed that my winter "scarves" are the same as my summer "skirts".
P.S. I had been buying my sarongs at the Wisconsin State Fair, but am making a wish list for hubby & kids for mother's day -- your sarongs are awesome."
Blessed be the flexible, for they shall not be bent out of shape
Deirdre Dee (zosha) @:-) (the girl with the curl in the middle of her