How I supported the Crafty Blogisphere in September


I could not resist this sweet little Knowme Angel hand made by potter Sharon Marston and offered for sale on her Etsy Shop Home Again Pottery.

In Sharon's story of her life with Knowmes, she writes that "for every Knowme there is a person who is a perfect match". Well - there is no doubt in my mind that this Knowme and I were destined to be together!

Supporting Indie Makers in August!


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.

Almost Forgotten - How I Supported Crafty People in July!


Image taken by Diane (Craftypod) of me wearing my beautiful new sash at the Museum of Contemporary Craft, Portland.

I got so busy with Dala Horses and the Dala Horse Craftalong that I almost completely forgot to share my beautiful, beautiful, beautiful sash!

How I Supported the Crafty Blogisphere and DIY in June


Christmas presents! But since a couple of these are for people who sometimes read my blog I"m saying no more!

What I CAN say is that I spent a lovely morning with Lindsay at Yarnia; and with her help and her magic yarn making machine, I am now ready to do some serious Christmas knitting!

How I Supported the Crafty Blogisphere in May


This is my beautiful new spindle and wool - part of the Learn to Spin Kit I treated myself to for my birthday last month.

I still haven't actually tried spinning yet - really feeling so intimidated for some silly reason.  I will keep you posted. When I spin my first yarn, you will be the first to hear about it!

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