The title of this book resonates with me in so many ways. Donald Hall, if you don’t already know him, is a poet now living in CT who wrote about life in New England. He once found, at his grandparents farm, a jar marked; “string too short to be saved”- with bits of string in… Read More “String too short to be saved”
I come from a long line of makers of things and I am very thankful for that- probably many of you do if you looked back at your ancestors. It was once done out of necessity , now, thankfully in many places, it is done out of the love of making- whether it be fiber… Read More Long line of Makers of things
After a whirlwind of activity from Thanksgiving to after the New Year it is time to wind down and settle on the buisness at hand. We absolutely LOVE the activity and the chance to spend so much time with our family, but things do tend to get put on the back burner, as they should,… Read More Winding down to gear up!
The current goal is to be a wee bit more attentive to my ETSY hooking site this year. It has all been a learning curve for me, but I am welcoming this challenge. Armed with a new computer from my husband, a work space that is off the beaten path and new hopes… Read More New Year, New Goals
Last week while I was home dying wool I had a call from my daughter. ” I think something is happening “. “Ok, I’ll change and head down.” I quickly looked at the wool that was in 2 different pots. I had been trying to dye some blues of different values for a background sky… Read More Checking in
This is the first of a series of 3 pieces. There will be a full sized rug along with 2 pillows. The squirrel will be paddling with a chipmunk holding an umbrella on the full rug. The second pillow will be a chipmunk and the other half of the canoe. I think it will look… Read More Beginnings of a series