​​​​​Please continue to visit regularly to view new creations
from my studio.  Feel free to contact me at carol@2nfrom.com or by phone (707) 934-5163

Calendar and Show Schedule 2018:
(Check back regularly for updates as the season progresses)

Artist's Collective in Elk — ongoing work shown at the gallery along the Mendocino coast in the lovely town of Elk http://www.artists-collective.net

Discovery Gallery, Gualala— ongoing work shown at the gallery in  the Mendocino coastal town of Gualala

Ongoing monthly appearances at the Marin Farmers Market in San Rafael — Agricultural Institute of Marin, Civic Ctr, San Rafael, CA  ​ — support local farmers and makers — join in some festive holiday shopping along artisan row

Sunday, November 18, 2018

Festival of the Trees, Gualala Arts Center,  

Friday and Saturday, Nov 23 and 24

Grace Hudson Museum and Sun House, Open House and Craft Day,

431 S. Main Street, Ukiah,  Fri/Sat Nov 30 and Dec 1

Mill Valley Makers Market, Saturday, December 8 — craft and artisan fair at the Mill Valley Lumber Yard

Craneway Craft Fair, Sat/Sun, December 22/23 — original art and craft by the people who make it!  Craneway Pavilion, Richmond, CA

A few words about carol . . .

Experience cultivated from years of design and make


During my years of product design, development, and production, I have had access to exceptional textiles and trims from around the world. The mission of 2NFrom™ is simple — to use these sustainable fabrics and existing materials to create beautiful handcrafted accessories. I continue to source materials from unexpected places that inspire and bring character into each product I make.  Creative imagery flows into expressions of wearable art.

As an artisan member of our local Northern California Fibershed, I am now making hats and bags using local sheep wool, local goat hides, and locally grown naturally colored cotton from Sally Fox (Foxfibre®).  I have had the pleasure to work with local fiber farmers procuring wool fleece to felt and make into my products.

"like a pearl, the defect becomes the prize"

I want to thank the talented and gifted people who have been involved with this process.  The photographers who have participated in many of the photos throughout my website are:  Paige Green, Lowell Downey, and Peg Jackson.  If you are interested in connecting with any of them, please let me know.  Also, the beautiful faces you see are friends to include the lovely Lila Geyer and handsome Robert Frances, a sneak photo of Greg Frechette, and everyone's fav lil' 4 legged creature, Bertie.

Each hat (and its wearer, mind you)  has a life of its own — made with sustainable materials, made to fit, made to enjoy wearing, made by me for you!


I make hats — one hat at a time.  The materials I use are sustainable, including hemp, organic cotton, linen, silk, and now using local Fibershed felted wools. Classic styling, functional designs, and wearable and comfortable fabrics are all features of my hats.

I can trace my past from a lineage of accomplished artists.  My great grandmother, Hetty Anderson, was a hat maker in Ventura, California in the 1890's.  I discovered this after I starting making hats in my Sausalito studio over thirty years ago. I continue to honor the artists of my heritage.

All products are designed and crafted here in my studio in the redwoods in Gualala, California, USA.