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A Raincoat for the PNW Woman

Today, I can finally share something that I’ve been working on since the beginning of March!

I’ve been collaborating with Sonja Silver Designs and Chandler O’Leary  85 more words


flowers of adrenaline

Mad Miss Mimic‘s book launch party is less than 36 hours away (deets here)! So what am I doing with my time? I’m crocheting flowers, of course. 70 more words

Yes I've Always Been Like This

I’m slowly finding myself in fragments. Pieces of me that are strewn far and wide across territories contradictory to one another. One shiny piece after another reveals itself the older I grow. 1,354 more words

7 Quick Takes: Unsolicited Relics, Sunshine, and Talking to Herself

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Finished! The maniturgium I blogged about last week is done, in plenty of time to put in the mail to the Father-to-be. I finished the embroidery on Wednesday night, ironed it late into the night (and ironed and ironed…), and then sewed it up. 551 more words


The Monday Make: Moccasins and Muffins

This is the REAL thing you’re looking at.  A real moccasin.  Ms. Heidi, our RBG nature centre instructor, has taken a crew of us on to attempt to educate us on some Native North American handicrafts.   522 more words


7 Quick Takes: Cocktails, Embroidery, and a Cake

Thanks to the miracles of planning ahead a little and a baby who’s happy in a bouncy chair, I actually have 7 quick takes today! 704 more words


"Beatitudes #3"

“As we ponder what it means to be blessed by hungering and thirsting for righteousness and being merciful, we remember that
these be-attitudes are God’s gift, his handiwork, lived in our lives by and through Jesus.”

Christian Ministry