I love felting wool and making it into purposeful items. It is thrilling to put my beloved hand knit or crocheted item into the washing machine and see what comes out.
Our countdown to Spring is still on with our first full week in March! Ann shares with us her knitting – not just scarves and mittens – but knitted dresses, tops and baby outifts. Perfect for that early spring chill in the air!
Julie shows us a rainbow of knitted accessories from your coffee mugs to your fingers! This New Zealander gets inspired by the yarn and brings her friends together for house parties where she can show off her crafts. Sounds like MY kind of house party!
Function drives the design of each item, creating an easy to use and functional product.
My mom taught me how to knit when I was in highschool. I can still remember the first patch of knitting I did, it was very bad! But with years of practice I can know knit a scarf in 24 hours and can do it without looking!
My favorite materials are natural fibers – 100% organically grown cotton, hand spun and hand dyed wool and alpaca.
A portion of all my profits is donated to a local charity that helps fund volunteer firefighter’s in the Texas Panhandle. My grandmother was killed in 2006 by an enormous wildfire in Texas, and the fund was set up in her honor. Because she was my biggest role model, I find it only fitting to give back as much as… View Post