Category Archives: Handmade

Ravelry ~ come find me!

I pulled out some fuzzy hand-dyed wool today to knit up a pretty african-flower coaster for my desk.  My daily chai latte (thanks Lauren for the recipe) needs a cozy home to sit on instead of just left-over papers from the recycled paper bin.  If you’re a yarn lover, either to knit, crochet, create with, […]

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making baby headbands

Raenah’s hair is finally growing and it’s at the stage that all these wispy strands float across her line of vision.   I’ve seen all these flowery headbands online and figured they ought to be simple enough to put together so… I bought some 1/4″ elastic at Jo Ann’s and sewed a small one inch […]

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cross-hill farm fibers ~ commercial work

Introducing Cross Hill Farm Fibers…a local spinnery that makes the most luscious hand-dyed, hand-spun 100% wool yarn. Their website is being developed right now and I’ll post a link when it’s up so that you can run, run, as fast as you can, to make a purchase.

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busy making beanies

Been a busy bee crocheting and knitting away around here. I wanted to make some things for Raenah and like everything else to do with her, I got carried away. Why have one cute accessory when you can have a dozen?! She’s like the doll I never had and it’s really quite pitiful how much […]

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beanie craze III

Charcoal and Williamsburg Blue Visor Beanie crafted with her own hands (which by the way she has sacrificed to arthritis in order to provide you with her fine hand-crocheted beanies!) by the talented Jay of Loopy 4 Ewe I don’t know how to explain it other than by holding testosterone at fault, but the guys […]

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