image Brides & Fairies: Look Absolutely Stunning In This Fresh Flower Crown

Is there really a more perfect way to top off your dream bridal gown or Woodland Fairy persona than with a fresh flower crown? With Knit Nat handmade flower crowns you can complete your modern-day princess look and make your fairy-tale wedding come true. You can find this crown and more like it at the Anchorage, Alaska Wedding Fair this Sunday for only $25.

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These lovely crowns were crafted by Natasha Price, owner of Alaska Knit Nat since 2010. Natasha was born and raised in Anchorage. She says, “I love my city for its beauty and abundant creative resources.” Natasha writes a blog that’s dedicated to sharing recipes, patterns, crafts, and creativity. She also knits gorgeous hats, scarves, and gloves etc. You can visit her on Facebook or check-out her knits and florals on Etsy. (via facebook)

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Pictured Above is the Owner- Natasha wearing her delightful yet simple braided headband and she gives the pattern for it away here: http://ow.ly/SrKtF (via facebook)

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There’s no mistaking where you’re from when you sport one of these home-state hats! This skillful lady also makes these breathtaking Alaskan flag knits for those long and chilly winters. And she even gives the pattern away FREE —–>http://bit.ly/1lb9O9o     (via facebook)

You can check out her blog which was awarded Third place in Anchorage Press Picks’ Best Alaska Blog 2014!

If you’re interested in learning to knit here’s a lovely and affordable online class at CreativeBug.com taught by Carla Scott, the editor of Knit Simple and Vogue Knitting magazines. Carla will teach all of the essential skills a beginner needs to know, from casting on to binding off and troubleshooting mistakes. Best of all, you’ll learn how to read knitting patterns, so you can take the information you’ve learned here and try it out on any beginner’s project you please.” (via creativebug.com)

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