November 2008

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Congratulations to Crafting Club member Catballou24 for winning our Holiday Gnomes, Holly and Noel. It will be hard saying goodbye to them, but we know they’ll be going to a wonderful home. Cat, just email us at weefolkart@yahoo.com with your address, and we’ll have the festive couple in the mailRead More →

Michelle and I would like to say Happy Thanksgiving to one and all. Like many, we will be busy all weekend with friends and family. We hope everyone has a lovely and safe holiday and we’ll see everyone back on Monday. In the meantime, feel free to look around, andRead More →

The pattern and directions for this wise old owl is now available in the FREE Pattern section. This one took me a bit longer to make than the pussycat…about 2 hours…but still a quick little project to make at the last minute to give to an avid reader. Use my design, theRead More →

Make this book mark for a stocking stuffer or a token gift for a friend who loves to read. It’s quick, it’s easy and it’s cute… definitely my kind of project. Enjoy! Materials: 8” x 4” piece of wool felt for book mark 4” x 6” piece of wool feltRead More →

If you have never checked out our other blogs, please join us! Michelle writes an incredible blog that documents her family’s homeschooling experiences. Even if you aren’t homeschooling, you’ll find many ideas for crafts to do with your family, a wonderful, well researched book list, and lots and lots of pics of absolutelyRead More →

The pattern and directions for the Pussycat Book Mark is now available in the FREE Pattern Section. Michelle and the kiddos were just over for lunch. Bug saw the book mark, picked it up, and started petting it! I ask you, what more could a little pussycat ask for? GivenRead More →

Just a quick post here… we realized this morning that we were having some issues with comments not being saved. If you registered for our Holiday Gnome Contest, please double check and make sure your comment did in fact get posted. Sorry for the inconvenience… we are still working someRead More →

We have been working on something special to share with all of our readers for this holiday season. We have an adorable pair of Holiday Gnomes who will be celebrating the holidays with one of you. Enter to win Holly and Noel. There is a custom in the Thicket. EachRead More →

  With a few scraps of felt and an hour and a half, you’ll have a wonderful little stocking to hang on your tree or to tuck a treat in. Gift cards and tickets, Godiva Chocolates or jewelry would all travel well in this little stocking. Use the applique patternRead More →

  We have been working on something special to share with all of our readers for this holiday season. We have an adorable pair of Holiday Gnomes who will be celebrating the holidays with one of you. Enter to win Holly and Noel. There are three ways to earn entries.Read More →

I wanted to share a pattern for a couple of very cute mini Christmas stockings. When you put a loop on them, they make wonderful ornaments or gift toppers. Leave the loops off, stuff with silverware or a napkin, and they add a festive touch to your holiday table. They canRead More →

Remember those Dragon Scarves I mentioned awhile ago as Christmas gifts for my nephews? Well, I finally finished them this evening… along with matching hats and mittens so I can check this project off my list! These make my first fully completed Christmas gifts. Now to wrap them and shipRead More →

Okay, NOT a typical WFA entry, BUT I saw this and was fascinated! And it’s a Sunday, and we normally don’t blog on the weekends, so this is just a extra! I am not a machine knitter…I need needles in my hands. But today Tim shared this video with meRead More →

Just received this month’s copy of Living Crafts. If you haven’t seen this lovely magazine, we highly suggest you check it out! This month includes wonderful blocks for knit farm mats, some lovely felted ornaments, incredible candles from nature AND a hobby horse, using a sock. Wee Folk Arts December’s craftRead More →

Today Britta awoke to two marvelous surprises. First, the first snowfall of the winter, and second, news that her city kin will be coming to spend the holidays. She has already begun her preparations, because there will be so much to do. She spent the morning carefully packing away herRead More →

  Take the traditional wool penny design, pick three colors of wool felt, and in hours you can make a set of coasters that are both lovely and functional. Tie them with a coordinating bow and you have a charming gift for the holidays!   Materials to make 6 coasters:Read More →