Em told us in her featured interview that she longs to live somewhere that the sun shines year round. Well Em, you can come visit me anytime you please in sunny San Diego, as long as you promise to bring me a few of your gorgeous handmade pieces – I’ll supply the cereal if you supply the rings! Thanks for… View Post
What got you started crafting? I’ve always been interested in handmade since my childhood. I loved making cute little crocheted things with my mother. It was only some months ago that I decided to turn my fun into a kind of “work”.
Victoria Baker, today’s featured crafter, loves growing and eating my own vegetables. She also thinks birds should have tiny hands because it would make life easier for them. All we know is that your hands must be perfect, because the pottery you create is absolutely stunning. Thanks for sharing your art with us!
Combining unusual or surprising materials, such as salvaged laboratory equipment, recycled electronic components, re-purposed watch parts, and other mechanical gadgets with more conventional jewelry components and textile materials, Liz shows us that technology is beautiful. When not making wearable art, she works as an engineer designing scientific equipment.
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Couture. Handmade. Wedding. Invitations. Any questions?
Today’s featured crafter, Heather Muise, is definitely on the same page as us. We share her disdain for “battery operated plastic junk”, and wholeheartedly agree that no meal could ever possibly contain too much sushi. Anyone with the vision to crochet two-headed, siamese twin cats is someone we’re happy to share the earth with 🙂