Primrose & Pearl

This morning I noticed that my hyacinth flowers are pushing up through the ground.  Yeah, that means spring is here and I can't wait for warmer weather and of course spring fashions!  From now until the end of March Miss Matched will be at the Primrose and Pearl Boutique.  We have teamed up with Bodhi Handmade.  My super talented and stylish cousin is the talent behind Bodhi.  She makes one of a kind "yoga top" skirts that are comfy and adorable.  We have made matching and coordinating sets of ties and skirts to make your Easter shopping easier.  I am so excited about this line of spring clothing for kids.  Check out the flyer for more details on the show, then go get yourself some adorable ties and skirts:)  Also head on over to the Primrose and Pearl blog for more info on the show and a photo of our booth!

If you can't make it to the show in the next few weeks don't dismay, you can find coordinating sets in our etsy shops:) 
 Stuff for boys here, lovely things for girls here.


Bijou Holiday Market

So you have Thanksgiving, Black Friday, then what? Well, Bijou Market of course! Mark your calendar for the Bijou Market November 26th. Miss Matched will be there with lots holiday ties and other goodies. Don't miss out.
If you are looking for something to do this weekend the Bijou will be in Provo, check it out if your in the area.



We had a great time at Tom and Lucy's art show! The fun didn't stop there because today we are hosting a giveaway over at Sew Sara. Head on over and enter for the chance to win one of these handsome ties.


Tom and Lucy's Art Shoppe

I am pleased as punch to announce that we will have an amazing booth at Tom and Lucy's Art Shoppe.  The Shoppe is May 19th, 20th, and 21st!  Don't miss it!  Head over to the Tom and Lucy blog for giveaways and more info.  Head to the Miss Matched shop for a glimpse of what you will see at the shop.


sweet. heart. topper.

Tiny things are always cute.  Cupcakes are delicious.  The invention of tiny cupcakes was genius!


heat strings

I busted out the crochet hooks for this beauty.  It's been a while since I crocheted something.  I tend to craft in phases.  I will go months and months on just sewing projects, then I will get into a paper groove and stay there a while, sometimes it's crochet.  I'm just THAT random.  I saw a version of this idea on Design Sponge.  I didn't use her heart pattern.  Instead I just made up my own thing, I made five rows of five SS, then made a scallop border stitch on two ends of the square.  I don't know if that makes sense to anyone but me, but it is quick and involves almost no counting (I can get impatient with the counting sometimes, that's why I make tiny things instead of sweaters).
So whether you are planning to celebrate Valentines with lots and lots of love...
 or your more of a "singles awareness day" celebrator...



february 1st

Whenever Valentines Day rolls around I wish I were back in Elementary school.  Valentines day was my favorite day. What is better than making a big, happy box for people to stuff nice notes and candy into?  Pretty much nothing!  Instead of a big, happy box, I made this little, cute wreath.
Happy February!