Since I’m finishing up Boheme #3, I think it’s time I posted pics of Boheme #2. I knit this one using the feather and fan stitch for the body. I think it’s my favorite finished product, but I did not enjoy the pattern. I’m not sure why. It just seemed tedious. […]
I spent some time at the library the other day flipping through the craft books on display and guess what I found: embroidered daisies! These wouldn’t hide a t-shirt hole very well, but they’re really cute. I like that they’re not your average stitched daisy.
resource: The book is The Gentle […]
Driving down 14th Street last summer all I ever heard was: “Mom! We need to see the Bizarre Beasts! They’re at Morrill Hall!” However, we never managed to make it for one reason or another.
On Sunday my daughter went to a birthday party at Morrill Hall. We had long since forgotten […]
I’ve had this fabric in my stash for so long that I don’t remember where I found it. It has always been destined for my sister-in-law who loves horses. I always thought I’d make it into a tote bag because it’s a tricky print. Lay it out flat and it’s kind of […]
I usually don’t spend time mending holes in my daughter’s shirts. She’s growing so fast that it doesn’t seem to make sense. However, sometimes holes happen to a favorite shirt — one we bought a little big so she could wear it a long time.
Usually, holes show up in sleeves and […]
Col. Chris Hadfield is a Canadian astronaut living on the International Space Station. I started following him on twitter because my daughter is studying Sally Ride in school. He posts cool stuff like the kind of food he eats and how his watch floats around his wrist.
I love getting email with this in the subject line: “Your daughter has new artwork!”
Not all of the art projects from school come home right away. They are saved and put together in a book that the children bring home on the last day of school. In the meantime, parents get […]