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Study Art and Stitch in Montana.....Guest Blogger: Ruth Lane

Kalispell, Montana – What a wonderful place to study and play. Kalispell is a town of just over 20,000 people in northwest Montana. The name Kalispell is the Salish word for the “flat land above the lake”. 184 more words



Today I finished the daily meditative piece, Blooming.  The image above is where I have left it after nearly a month of layering and making marks. 83 more words

Textile & Fiber Art

A Lovely Make

After deciding that I want more tops for my wardrobe, I set out making view C of the 1810.  I chose a silky polyester type material… I know…all of my current fabrics are some sort of silky polyester!   161 more words


Wondrous Wednesdays: Ode to a Zipper

A little ditty for you to enjoy…

There is none so lovely

as a handpicked zip

laid and stitched

with barely a nip

of tiniest silk thread… 58 more words

The Crow

Sooo after making a few dtuffies/fluffies whatever, I got more cocky. I asked my older bro (Paranoia Schizophrenic) that I liked to sew/make stuffies/dolls and asked if he wanted one. 164 more words


Anticipation of yarniegoodness... and other knitterly news...

It has been said by many that one could set their watch by my habit of arriving at least 10 minutes early to everything! This also holds true when a Wandering adventure is drawing near. 1,225 more words


Do it in stages

First published here

Schedules often make it difficult to complete something in one go. That’s fine. Break a project down into 15 minuted ‘bites’. Set the timer if you are really pushed for time. 90 more words

15 Minutes