My creative need to MAKE ALL THE THINGS has come back. I think taking a serious break to regroup and reassess and being outside in my gardens was just what I needed. Apparently the winter can be a seasonal creative
This was so much more difficult than I thought it would be. Who would have thought that giving a rabbit a haircut would be hard? It’s a rabbit. Priscilla’s haircut also proved to be humorous and now I have the
Reason number 8, 497 that I should have taken some sort of business course in school. Goal setting for small business would have been a great course to take. But nooooooooo. I had to be a music education major who
The sun came out! Then it stayed out… we are making progress. This long, cold winter is finally over. It’s official, because I started my garden. Half of my days are being spent outside. I’m getting dirty, sore, and smelly.
I want to introduce you to Vanessa Chan of The Pudgy Rabbit. Vanessa is a fellow crochet pattern designer and maker of amazingly adorable critters. I happened to get to know Vanessa through Hudson Valley Etsy. She’s doing wonderful things.
I just wanted to share what I’m working on working on. I was blessed with some free wool this past month, and I’m sure it will keep me busy for quite some time. Very exciting! The Cheviot (light) is from
Today’s little story starts with Dr. Destructo. The little bugger caught some sort of virus. a few weeks ago. There was a week long fever and lots of coughing. Germs were flying everywhere. Apparently one of them stuck to me.
And why for you throw me into the cold, cold snow? Ahem. A small Tasmanian Devil reference that makes Hubs laugh. Let’s start back on track with our stitch today, the half double crochet (crochet abbreviation: hdc). Here’s another stitch that’s great for
This project went exactly as I suspected it would. There were definitely tedious parts from doing the same thing over and over again for long stretches of time. There was a lot of little things that needed to be done,