For my wedding, we are making a back drop of paper cranes to take pictures with. I was really inspired by this photo, which I
I finally finished Jak’s sweater. Thank goodness we had some excellent, unseasonally warm weather this past month. I just had too much on my plate
I was so excited to finish these socks. Once finished, the timing worked out perfectly to be a contributor to Craftzine this month, one of
I wear fingerless mittens so my fingers can be fidgety while wearing them and warm. It never fails that while I can use my fingers without gloves, my hands are freaking cold. No more. Taking inspiration from my nerdy star trek loving side, I made fingerless mittens that make my hands feel like Riker’s must have while disguised as a Malcorian.
We went to the hardware store and picked up all the parts to replace every electrical related piece on this little guy + we added
Two factors motivate this next redress undertaking. One: reducing clutter – I love this lamp, but it’s been sitting in the corner for 1 year
All finished! Today I went to the hardware store and picked up a curtain rod and something to hang the curtain with. I thought I
I worked mine up using two strands of sport weight yarn and it is just perfect for putting all my scraps of yarn into and hanging up on my tool rack. I’m loving hanging things up on my rack lately. I use the yarn scraps to tie tags to my hand dyed yarns and handmade goods. Enjoy this sweet little project!
This cowl was inspired by three things. I wanted a scarf that would keep my neck warm in the upcoming months of cold, but that