The inspiration behind my wedding luminaries.
Stuck in a rut? Feel like looking at pretty pictures of yarn stuff? You've come to the right place!
No one can top a 4 foot plush asparagus as the best wedding gift, I’m sorry.
My thoughts on the latest changes at Etsy.
These little garden soldiers, spotted at a local gallery, are made with flower pots.
I completely forgot about the crafting sequence in How the Grinch Stole Christmas until watching said movie late last night. Since the copyright for that movie appears to be pretty rock-solid. This image was the best I could find. Merry Christmas!
I found these cute ribbon wheels at World Market last week. Good thing they’re pretty cheap, because anybody could totally make these…
In two earlier posts, I shared pictures of my first pair of socks in progress. Today, I’m all the way through the arch of the sock!
As of this writing, I’ve successfully turned the heel of my first knitted sock and am bracing myself for the gusset (yes, that’s what it’s called). For today’s post, I just wanted to share the latest photo of my work-in-progress, and some videos and links I found helpful when working on my first sock.
The new Amy Sedaris book, Simple Times: Crafts for Poor People, Â was interviewed yesterday on NPR’s Marketplace. Listen to or read a transcript of the interview here, and make the wind chime discussed in the interview using these instructions. h/t Craftzine for blogging about the interview yesterday.