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Monday, December 8, 2014

Projects On The Road: a new phase for Walking Wool

Little Bear, waiting for her stuffing.

Like the Design, not the end result so much, for a hat.
Better as a bowl to hold fibery things. (That's the jewelry-making stash in the background. More good things to come from it.)
Tiny Sweater, for hanging up and oggling. 
Special Chunky Handspun Hat, made with love, and llama and shetland fleece found in New England.

Fun Stripey Chunky Mitten, soon to have a mate. Sorbet colors! 
Making Friends (is the best!).

Felted Birdie catches the worm, or your heart.

Friday, November 21, 2014

Have projects will travel

On the road for family matters. Will be gone for some time. Luckily, was able to pack enough project material to last me months. Knitting, crochet, hooking, felting, jewelry ...and books, patterns, tools, fiber, beads, and passion. No wheel, but it may catch up with me. 

A peak into the active project bag ... 

Monday, September 15, 2014

Supporting a Friend . . .

Today I am celebrating a talented young woman with a great idea: a new book called Food That Works.
Malia Dell is a new friend and a special lady with a great deal of energy and passion for her subject. Watch the video through this link, and enjoy learning more about how to balance life and Food That Works.

Tuesday, September 2, 2014

A Glimpse of a weekend at The Primo Restaurant Farm in Rockland ME

Have you been here? Disclaimer: I am an employee. So, now that's disclosed, let me tempt you into a visit, if you are a Primo Virgin. These were taken over Labor Day weekend, specifically August 30 & 31, 2014. Enjoy.




































Wednesday, August 27, 2014

Greg Pinto is a genius

Our dear friend Greg had an opening last week at Michael Good Gallery in Rockland. Look at this work! Stunning!

















Tuesday, August 26, 2014

Tuesday, August 5, 2014

Gees Bend Quilts in Maine







Wow. I am so lucky. I've been a fan of this collective of artists from Alabama since seeing their large traveling exhibit at Boston's MFA in the 2000s. So, to see new works on view here in the midcoast in the small seaport town of Searsport. Hoping to meet some of the ladies next month when they visit the region to give works at the annual Fiber College. Hear them speak, maybe learn some tips. Looking forward to this rare opportunity.