So many years ago I painted a puppet theater for a teacher at my kid’s school. As with most things the puppet theater wasn’t used always or even every year. So one year a person who cleaning out storage decided that since she hadn’t seen it used she made the decision to throw it away! […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
I love this pattern! Love at first sight. So I started knitting them for my grandchildren. Sheldon was first, then came Shelly, Camo was next, with Mossy following (to go with Jan Brett’s book Mossy) and I need to knit another. Will I need to knit more – I haven’t a clue. The pattern is well […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Gretchen left fabric and buckles and thread at my place and we talked about how to make and finish the piano bag. Needed: to fit piano, pocket for music/stand, and piano legs. Of course in the chaos before leaving to visit her and John in Tennessee, I forgot to pack the fabric. We bought more […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on The Piano Bag
These snails are going to volunteers the Fish and Game will train – mission: count snails and slugs.Continue Reading... Comments Off on Snails . . . yep!
Handspun yarn that took me a long while to spin enough for these mitts and a scarf.Continue Reading... Comments Off on Al’s mitts
I haven’t made these in years and will enjoy giving them to family and friends.Continue Reading... Comments Off on Snowflake Ornament