A Felted Life

In the community of merry makers I have the privilege of leading, we have been felting knitted bowls. It is a fairly simple, yet interesting process to felt the "fabric" of what you have knitted and to watch it become the thing you were aiming for, or perhaps become something else entirely. Much like placing … Continue reading A Felted Life

Cloth

The making of cloth is an enchanting endeavor. Somehow...with the simplest of ability and materials...something soft is created that warms and mesmerizes. Enchanting cloth begs to be shared. Check out all the handwoven scarves/wraps I'm sharing in my shop! Perhaps you'll find something enchanting there. 🙂 **Dear Reader...Happy New Year! Ha! It's a bit late, … Continue reading Cloth

For Now

I say this quite frequently — For now, this will be fine. For now, this is good. I’m ok with it this way, for now. Two little words that carry a ton of meaning. FOR. There is purpose wrapped up in these three letters. Intention, will, focus and offering. This is FOR you. I do … Continue reading For Now

Tomorrow

More than ever before, we need to be making things. This is not merely to while-away the time or to keep our minds off of all the sad news and the what-will-happens. There is an inherent belief in creating something that says, if only in a small way, “Tomorrow will come. A new day will … Continue reading Tomorrow

Not Much & Everything

I'm popping in to say...well...not much. I just want to post. To touch base here on my blog, to any and all who might be visiting. To say life is grand when making things is heading in directions you love. To say that even when life isn't so grand, making things makes it more tolerable, … Continue reading Not Much & Everything

A Making “Retreat”

Hold onto your hat and grab a cup of tea...this post is long. Not in words so much as in pictures! Lots of photos documenting last week, the week in-between Christmas week and back-to-school week. I decided to declare it a Making Retreat Week. Well, the retreat part was really just imaginary. I wanted to … Continue reading A Making “Retreat”