September 2014

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One of our family’s autumn traditions is enjoying a day at the Renaissance Festival. The last weekend of the season always includes a “school day” when the tickets are much more affordable and the crowds are much sparser. Although Daddy had to work this year, we convinced Gammy and OthyRead More →

Comments are now closed. Congradulations Sarah Mahan and Heather! Please email me your contact information within three days to claim your prize. Use the code GREENHALLOWEEN and save 10% off your next order until October 15. Would love to win Submitted by Sarah Mahan (not verified) on Sat, 09/27/2014 –Read More →

I had some yarn left over from making this Tooterphant. It is NOT my pattern. HERE is the link to the Etsy shop where you can purchase the crochet pattern. HERE is the link to my blog post where you can find more photos of the Tooterphant plus directions for adding felt eyes. Read More →

Last week my baby turned 8! This weekend, a wee bit late, we gathered to celebrate with her. We first ate at her favorite restaurant… a Mediterranean place where she loves the hummus, garlic dip, and lamb shawarma. She is an amazing free spirit and was showered with gifts thatRead More →

Congratulations Tinqi! Please contact us within three days to claim your prize. Hello!   Hello from Laos!  I’m a wife and mom of one sweet little girl.  I love to knit, craft and weave.  So glad to have found this forum! Sponsor: Wee Folk Art Community Center Forums Give-Away Date:Read More →

We would like to take this opportunity to introduce the members of our Support Handmade program. At Wee Folk Art we cherish the work that small, handmade shop owners provide. We believe that items created with love do make a difference in the lives of the people they touch. WeRead More →

Although autumn brings with it an array of new colors… oranges, gold, browns and maroons… filling our landscape with a bold splash of color… often our skies are dreary and gray. Thank goodness for all the colors in our trees and bushes. You can use today’s coloring page to tryRead More →

This skirt is an easy pattern for beginning knitters to tackle. Each of the 7 petal sections are knit flat as individual pieces. When all the petal are complete they are whipped stitched together to form the skirt. Sizes: XS (19.6in), S (22.4in), M (25.2in), L (28in) Choose a sizeRead More →

Comments are now closed. Congratulations Vickie K! Please send me your contact information to claim your prize. Use the code WFA20 to receive 20% off orders until 9/30/2014. My grandson would love the Submitted by Vicki K (not verified) on Sat, 09/13/2014 – 18:38 My grandson would love the wireRead More →

Lately, there have been several stick crafts including painting sticks, weaving between and adorning with fiber and beads. My plan is to fill up this basket with an assortment of sticks. This project is far from done, but thought I’d share what I’ve done so far. To begin with, IRead More →

Forgive me Madonna for hijacking your song but… “You know that we are living in a digital world, and I am a digital girl.” Obviously, I spend a hefty chunk of each day using digital devices. Running our Wee Folk Art blog and Facebook page, means I’m at my computer aRead More →

In Michelle’s home, Friday is baking day and it is incorporated into their school day. This Friday, Pixie wanted to make Blueberry Crisp. Blueberries are Pixie’s all-time favorite… well, maybe strawberries… actually, it’s probably a tie! Anyway, Friday was baking day, and Pixie wanted to come to Gammy’s house toRead More →

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