May 2015

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Comments are now closed. Congratulations Jennifer, you are the lucky winner! Please email me with your contact information within 3 days to claim your prize.   casey’s wood products Submitted by jennifer (not verified) on Sat, 05/30/2015 – 10:04 the doll pins are fabulous and there is the cutest Christmas tree!  Read More →

This series covers several different knitting stitches using the Learn-to-Knit Afghan book by Barbara Walker. Whether you are a true beginner or an intermediate knitter, you can take your knitting to the next level working through the blocks in this book. About once a week I will be adding one newRead More →

Source for all photos can be HERE. While strolling through our wooded yard, I catch movement out of the corner of my eye. My head tells me a chipmunk scurried past, but my heart whispers “fairy”. In the distance I can hear a high pitched tinkle. My head tells meRead More →

The last project I needed to finish up, for the updated Spring Bs homeschool unit, were these super easy to make sock bunnies. I completed them two different ways for different age/skill levels. The tall blue bunny was completed without any sewing, whereas the smaller polk-a-dot bunny does require a needle andRead More →

  I have a confession to make… I love balls of yarn. I know yarn is often wound in skeins so you can stick your finger in the center and pull out an end, making the process of pulling the yarn easy and it stops yarn from rolling around yourRead More →

Check out these Wee Folk Art designs available as fabric by the yard through Spoonflower. SHOP HERE   Make your own Waldorf style, peg gnome inspired, simple sewing dolls. You can make four dolls from one yard of fabric. Buy Now  Read More →

Comment are now closed. The winners are First Place Rachel Soumokil and Second Place Julie. Please email me within 3 days to claim your prize. 15% off sale from Saturday May 23 – May 27, 2015 with coupon code WEE15FOLK   ​FIRST PLACE WINNER :: $50 Gift Card :: Rachel Soumokil GiveawayRead More →

Wee Folk Art Gear Want to show your love for gnomes or support for Wee Folk Art? Check out our designs available through Cafe Press. We currently have two designs the rainbow Gnome Love and the Wee Folk Art block logo. Here is a brief sampling of the items available.    Read More →

This series covers several different knitting stitches using the Learn-to-Knit Afghan book by Barbara Walker. Whether you are a true beginner or an intermediate knitter, you can take your knitting to the next level working through the blocks in this book. About once a week I will be adding one newRead More →

As the weather has gotten nicer we are finding it harder and harder to squeeze in our drawing lessons. Most of our free time, not taken up by the end of the year activities, such as field trips, recitals, first communions, etc, has been spent out in the garden. We are also windingRead More →

I have many crafting supplies that give me pleasure just looking at them. I love my spools of thread. There are so many beautiful colors and they remind me of being a little girl. I use to love to sort my mom’s thread by color or stack them up andRead More →

This series covers several different knitting stitches using the Learn-to-Knit Afghan book by Barbara Walker. Whether you are a true beginner or an intermediate knitter, you can take your knitting to the next level working through the blocks in this book. About once a week I will be adding one newRead More →

BOX OF CRAYONS by Kimara Wise If I could name the crayons Oh what fun it’d be, The names would be extraordinary, Just like you and me! Red would be “Ketchup” Orange “Marmalade” Brown would be “Squishy Mud” And, Purple, “Monster Shade”. Yellow would be “Dandelion” Green “Dragon Scales” BlueRead More →

Sources for these projects plus many more can be found HERE. While raising my children, I did not distinguish between “boy” and “girl” activities. My sons learning to sew and cook along with their sister and my daughter learning to build and rewire switches along with her brothers. Over time they gravitatedRead More →

This series covers several different knitting stitches using the Learn-to-Knit Afghan book by Barbara Walker. Whether you are a true beginner or an intermediate knitter, you can take your knitting to the next level working through the blocks in this book. About once a week I will be adding one newRead More →

As a child few things thrilled me more than a new box of crayons. Oh the possibilities, oh the beauty, oh the smell… is there anyone out there that can’t conjure up the smell of a new box of crayons? To this day, when I buy a new box ofRead More →

Mary, Mary, quite contrary, How does your garden grow? With silver bells, and cockle shells, And pretty maids all in a row.   Growing up with Kimara as a mother, you would think I had a natural green thumb and that I loved getting dirt under my finger nails whileRead More →

Sources for each of these photos plus many more can be found HERE. Store bought play kitchens for children can be very expensive. Often, they are large and it’s nearly impossible to find the right place to set them up. And, they are often bright colored plastics which, personally, doesn’tRead More →