Y’all. I am thrilled. Long time readers know Halloween is my favorite holiday (which I find mildly ironic for a person with a GAD. That’s my secret, Cap. I’m always scared). The idea for a seasonal wreath resolution actually started with my idea for this wreath, and I think it turned out even better than […]Read More Spooky Halloween Wreath
“Your wretched little lives have all been cursed, ’cause of all the witches working, I’m the worst.” Winifred Sanderson My love of Halloween is no secret (Heck, I picked a spider to represent my brand), but I’m always trying to mix it with my love of all things fiber arts. Let me take you a […]Read More Felted Witch Hat
It’s been a rough couple of weeks, friends. We’re still in the middle of a Pandemie. The school year is starting, so work is picking up. I’m also working at the Ren Fest, which is a joy, but something else I have to make sure I’m able to do. On top of all of this, […]Read More Come Out to Socialize
Halloween is upon us, dear friends! It’s one of my favorite holidays, so I’m pretty bummed the season has been so impacted by COVID (as is everything). However, one Halloween-loving bubble friend and I decided that even if we were just sitting on a couch, we were still dressing up this year. We had to […]Read More Spooky Stitching
Halloween is one of my all time favorite holidays. And sure, now I hand out the candy instead of ask for it, but I love the movies, the treats, and most of all, the costumes! Of course, fiber artists are usually pressed into service to create the perfect costume. I do have one handmade costume […]Read More Happy Halloween!
It was time, once again, for the annual trek to Branson, Missouri for the Silver Dollar City Harvest Craft Festival. They switched it up a bit this year, though, and we’ll get to that later. There were still less fiber artists than I would like, but more than last year! Fellow Kansan Von Rhodes of […]Read More Craft Days and Pumpkin Nights
I hear you. “What do you mean Christmas is coming? It’s not even October yet.” People who hand-make their gifts understand though. I’m already late. It always starts with great intentions: buy the yarn and at least start them in August, work on them here and there, and be done around early December so you […]Read More Christmas is Coming…