I made a new batch of ribbon barrettes for my great niece Amelia. They take a while longer now with wonky fingers, but bring back memories of my daughter wearing them. And I get a steady stream of pictures with her wearing them, which makes me smile.
Spent a week over Thanksgiving on the beach in NC where I shared a lot of time with my grandson, hunting-and finding-shark's teeth. Now it's time to make ornaments for Christmas. I thought it would be super to make him a fsl tooth. Posted here if anyo
Spent some time at my sister's in NC this summer, and worked with her church quilt group, who make prayer quilts for those in need of some comfort. They are hand tied, and at church service, any who would like to tie a knot and say a prayer are asked to
Think this is right, as it's a freebie. Can I ask you all to vote for the funnybunny T that is on page one? I was so excited to see some of these come up again, and this is the only one I need. Thanks. Jo
This is a very good visual post on cleaning your machine of dust and fluff. I do find that a pipe cleaner grabs the mess quite nicely Now if there was just more room under there so I didn't whack my knuckles so many times. Check out Sewing Tips for
27March2016 Happy Easter everyone. Could I please ask everyone to go to Amazingembroiderydesigns and vote for the Princess M? It has been in the top few for days and just does not quite garner enough votes. Thank you all. Jo
Before the slippers, I knit fingerless gloves for my daughter. She had me take the picture of this side,"because her nails needed doing". My GS, who was doing his homework, grabbed them and proved they work keeping hands warm. Now to use the leftove
I haven't crocheted for years, but thought that Nana should make some slippers. Here is my satisfied customer. I wanted to put some puffy paint dots on the bottom to make them unslippable, but he said no way. So, they make great slidey exercise slippe