Tools right at hand

I recently made a ch√Ętelaine. Dotty at The Net Loft had a class on pattern darning, and this was the project we worked on. I had never heard of this great little tool, a belt, of sorts that you wear

And the projects get tinier and tinier…

Is it spring that’s giving me the attention span of a gnat? I’m not sure, but luckily, I’ve been finding projects to match. Rachel over at CraftZine posted a link yesterday to Kootoyoo‘s blog-where Kirsty shows a very pretty granny

Fair Use in Art and Craft Day is Coming Soon

by art makes me smile Are you working on any transformative works? If so, please consider showing them off on Fair Use in Art and Craft Day, May 1st.¬† When you’ve got something to show, post it to your blog,

Selma’s Hermione Tie

Selma decided to be Hermione Granger for Halloween, and we’ve been collecting supplies: my mom sent my brother’s graduation gown which I will alter for her robe, she’s selected a chopstick for a wand, and asked me to knit her

More Takoma Park Indie Fiber Goodness…

If you had fun at the Homespun Yarn Party (or you didn’t make it), you should c’mon out to the Takoma Gazebo (in old town) for the Old Town Knitting and Craft Fair. Here are the official details: Event: Old