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Saturday, November 19, 2011


It's that time of the year and I'm so lucky to once again have an original MARGO PETITTI SCARF to offer to one of my blog visitors!

Nothing to do, nothing to buy, just email your name to for a chance to win this year's scarf.

The winning entry will be chosen by the designer at her booth at the Grand Central Station Holiday Event in New York City on Saturday, December 18th at 2:00 pm.  The scarf will be shipped to the lucky winner in time for Christmas.

Margo Petitti is a young fashion designer from Rhode Island who currently has a booth at the Grand Central Station Holiday Event in New York City.  Ms. Petitti's scarves are all one of a kind and are handmade in the USA.

This year's scarf is the OSCAR as shown, an individually designed patchwork scarf.  The front is an arrangement of cashmere, silk and fine wool patches made from Italian suiting fabrics.  The reverse is 100% cashmere with a herringbone weave.  Ms. Petitti's "M" logo monogram can be found in the lower left corner.  It measures 10 inches wide by 80 inches long and retails for $250.00.

You can visit Margo's booth at the Grand Central Event which is open every day until December 24th (except Thanksgiving) from 10 am until 8 pm.  If you visit Grand Central, please be sure to tell her hello from me!

Ms. Petitti will also be in Chicago at the ONE OF A KIND CHICAGO SHOW from December 1-4, 2011.

She's has a busy year and was featured at the VIP LOUNGE AT THE EMMYS this past September in Los Angeles.  This is just a sampling of the celebrities who chose one of her gorgeous scarves.

We have a special connection to Ms. Petitti; she's engaged to our son Bill.  If they hadn't met, I might have missed the chance to own one of her wonderful designs!

Thank you, Margo, for providing us with another beautiful scarf this year.  And thanks to all of you for visiting my blog.

Don't forget to enter to win!

Don't be shy!  Email your name to and you'll be instantly entered into the contest.  Last year's winner was Michael Tonello, author of BRINGING HOME THE BIRKIN.

1 comment:

  1. Hopped over from Saloma's blog. Thanks so much for the info! :) Have a great week!