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April 5,-12

April 5, Started experimenting in the greenhouse, I planted greens like spinach, arugula, and radishes in totes.

April 11, Planted more greens in totes, lettuce this time. 180 more words

Fiber Arts

Woven Sloth

The day my daughter said to me: “Mum, you should design a woven sloth!”, turned out to be a happy one :)

I had always liked sloths, but until I started designing one, I didn’t realize how incredibly enchanting they are. 152 more words

Weaving & Handwoven

Occupied by Octopi and Einstein

People keep asking me to design and weave baby toys……….. so…….

Every day of the last week, I have been obsessively weaving one octopus after another. 178 more words

Weaving & Handwoven

Snow men to weave on the Potholder loom

I love making snowmen…. but not so much with snow…. :)

I would much rather weave them!

And, so, here are a couple of darling little snow folk to weave on the potholder loom – my latest design :D… 86 more words

Weaving & Handwoven

Recycled T-Shirt Potholder

It’s a little rough around the edges, but it has a certain rakish charm, this potholder.  I really did cut up that T-shirt to make it.  499 more words

Sweets

Day 9: Denim Look Potholder

I haven’t had time to pick out the yarns I want to use for my potholder loom weaving project, but with the loom and leftover loops just sitting there, I found myself sorting colors while watching a movie with my honey. 33 more words

Thing-a-day 2013

Day 7: The Saga of the Potholder Loom

Today’s post is not really about a potholder. It’s about the serendipity of crafting and where it can lead the crafter. One day in the neighborhood, on the free shelves of the now-defunct HANC recycling center, I found a potholder loom bearing a not-quite-complete potholder. 298 more words

Thing-a-day 2013