Yarnia Inspired Angels: Making The Red Angel

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Let's start the Making Angels Series with Lindsey - she is, after all, my first! And some of the techniques I am sharing (like hair application for instance) will also be used on other angels as well, so it makes sense to begin with her.

Just so you know in advance, this is the longest post of the series.

I am dividing the "how-to" posts into sections so if you are only interested in say hair application, you can skip down to that part. And once they are all posted, you can mix and match and design your own angels!

Six Yarnia Inspired Angels to Celebrate 90 Days Til Christmas!

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I had so much fun making Angels using scrap yarn and cardboard cones from Yarnia that what started out to be an angelic duet turned into a choir of six!

Emergency Fall Decorations!

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Fall is here! I can't possibly wish it away any longer! Time to do something to mark the season around here besides setting out my dried leaf candle jars!

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But I have been busy roasting green chile and freezing fresh tomatoes and...

Holiday Gift Making Begins at Make One! And Other Good Stuff About Knitting!

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Another delicious visit to Make One! With Melissa's help and guidance, I left her beautiful shop with a couple bags of yummy, soft, scrumptious skeins of yarn destined to become Christmas presents!

After all, September 26th is a big important day - 90 days until Christmas - and it is definitely time to get crackin' on hand made holiday gifts!

Supporting Indie Makers in August!

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Gorgeous spindel spun just for me - to use as a part of my hand spun yarn woven bag project!

My Mom sent me the yarns in the background last spring - the wool grown, sheared, cleaned, carded, and spun by American Indian women from Northern Arizona.

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