My daughter Cherry and I always had fun with fairies. I’d tell her fairy stories just to keep her going on our walks, and we loved to make fairies...
I’ve had a cotton warp on my loom for ages… really… five years or more!
This weaving project is two bunting-banners in one because it’s reversible, with hearts on one side and suns on the other!
What’s soft, pretty, and hides in your closet? Well, it’s either your kitty or your fabric stash!
Our weaving looks beautiful hung on the wall, but Have you ever thought of framing your weaving?
Here’s a little video I made for Instagram. I’m a fabric-aholic as much as I am a yarn-aholic. So the two just have to go together!
I guess I learned to sew when I was four. At least that’s my first memory of sewing.
I saw this pillow on Etsy, being sold as a vintage design from the 70’s. It made me think about the story behind that pillow because the one I have is so precious to me.
I love the colors in watermelons, the way the rind goes from dark green to light, then that burst of beautiful red.
This post is a continuation from last week, where I showed you how to make a book into a loom, and we got started on weaving.