It was humbling when weaving expert and Handwoven Editor, Susan Horton, ordered one of our TURTLE looms, the Elongon 2″ fine-sett, a few weeks ago. Continue reading Greta’s Mt. Wilson Shawl
The little things that sometimes sting are some of the most amazing contributors to making life on this planet possible. Let’s keep it that way … and celebrate!
Continue reading World Bee Day 2020
Edith is my daughter. The next generation “me”, just better. Besides everything else, she is my best and closest weaving buddy. Continue reading Who is Edith?
We are beyond humbled that our “Indian Blanket Flower Afghan” is featured on the cover of this year’s “Easy Weaving With Little Looms” magazine! Continue reading It’s Here! Little Looms 2020 Magazine
At the beginning of March, Blue Sky Fibers announced a Woolstok Bundle Design Contest … make something with at least one of the new “cool”, “warm”, or “neutral” Woolstok Bundle Kits. Challenge accepted!
Continue reading Beth’s Flower Scarf
“Does anybody have a pattern for a spider?” was the question on a pin loom forum last night … challenge accepted! Continue reading Made in Almost No Time – Spider “Itsy”
There’s probably nothing better than to “think spring” around this time of year, and with that comes the anticipation of colorful and melodious birds. Continue reading Think Birds!
Our house has concrete floors, which means – even in Texas – the floors are COLD during the winter, causing uncomfortably cold feet when sitting at the desk for prolonged times.
Hexagons to the rescue to make a pretty and practical footstool! If you can get your feet just a few inches off the cold floor, it helps them to stay warmer. Continue reading “Cold Feet” Home Remedy – A Footstool
Gong Xi Fa Cai, and it’s the year of the rat … Continue reading Happy Chinese New Year!
I have been thinking about a pin loom project that carries on throughout the year, where I’m committed to work on it as time allows, but without stress or frustration … Continue reading A “No Stress” 2020 Patchwork Project