I'm pretty sure I can't actually sum up all of my projects in a single blog post. Maybe I'll just pick out some notable ones and share some photos. I only made one quilt (I think) which was for my parents' 50th anniversary. I made a handprint quilt using prints from every child, spouse, and … Continue reading 2021 Project Roundup
The newest priest doll is available! He's true to Waldorf tradition and very cute. Go to the listing to read the full description.
[regular blog post at the bottom below the Yarn Along post] So these are some of my recent projects. All of these went into the shop (except that last in-progress photo) but only the miniatures are left. I do like making things people enjoy! Of course, if it's not enjoyable for me then it's hard … Continue reading Yarn Along for August
This one-of-a-kind hand-knit toddler set is now listed in the shop! It's a collector's item, not a toy. Find it in Cozy House Curios.
I wrote a post about this on Cozy House Curios. Click the photo to read it!
I realized the bottom bar was coming out wonky despite following the stitch and row counts (from an earlier blanket) precisely. Argh! I ripped back HALF of my work and started again: And last night I finished the body of the blanket. Border to follow. (Poor lighting at night.) Father watched me struggle to untangle … Continue reading Three-Bar Cross Blanket Progress
Sorry there hasn't been a blog post in a few days. Things just get busy and by the time I have a chance to write a post, all sorts of things have gotten backed up. Then you get one of these miscellaneous life posts. Moppet picked lots and lots of flowers before, during, and after … Continue reading Bits and pieces
This gorgeous knit set in size 6-9 months is now available at Cozy House Curios. Knit in bamboo-silk yarn just like the last sets.
These crocheted versions are available at Cozy House Curios. Interestingly, I am also in charge of dying the real red eggs for our parish at Pascha. I'm glad I don't have to crochet that many!
Spring has arrived without a doubt. Of course, from the point of view of some (in the snowy, far north), we went from fall to spring, giving winter a miss. But by our own low standards, winter was here, and now we're bracing for summer. Spring is usually wet, but February saw us receive twice … Continue reading Signs of Spring