Organization

Since the completion of our new master suite, I have something I’ve never had before.. a place for everything. With the addition of our walk-in-closet, I can now bring together all my jewelry and scarves into one space. Although I’m still working on getting it just right, Tim mounted aRead More →

Stitch Glossary: Here is a collection of detailed illustrations to help you with our most commonly used embroidery stitchces. How Tos: Here is a collection of tutorials and tips that will help you with things like working with felt or reducing and enlarging patterns.Read More →

    Latest Update: 09/21/2015 Note: Policies can change. Please check back for changes 🙂 As I sit here, faced with the task of updating our Frequently Asked Questions, I understand why legislators are so reluctant to update their state’s constitutions… it’s NOT FUN! But given the fact that weRead More →

I absolutely feel in love with this Coiled Rag Bowl last summer. I made this bowl to hold all the other rainbow gifts I made for Pixie’s birthday. I’ve meant to return to this project and make other containers using this technique, but alas, I have yet to. Hmmm… The roping canRead More →

  We have all experienced this at one time or another. We buy our child the perfect gift, whether it is a new playhouse or their first tricycle. We follow the directions and assemble it with love and care, and perhaps a few colorful euphemisms for the uncooperative wrench. WhenRead More →

    “Nooks and Crannies” are special places in our homes and gardens that deserve mention. It is not a whole room, but rather a single element that adds to the overall charm or functionality of the space. Words may accompany photos or photos can speak for themselves.If you would like to shareRead More →

Well, I got my pattern fixed for the Mushroom Business Card Holder. So, if you’d like to make your very own, TOTALLY cool, business card holder, the directions are good to go. Unfortunately, I spent the afternoon fixing the pattern and didn’t get a chance to remake mine. But asRead More →

Supplies: Toilet paper rolls Crafting glue Twine Clips Yarn needle Basket 1] Cover the outside of the toilet paper roll with glue. 2] Beginning at one end, begin wrapping the twine around the roll. I do not try to measure how much twine I’ll need, instead I simply take itRead More →

I love going on walk-abouts with children. EVERYTHING is so fascinating to them. Bugs and rocks, fungus and tracks captivate their imagination and provide fodder for an insurmountable barrage of questions. And I’ve yet to go on a nature walk with a child who has not found some priceless treasure.Read More →