The girls love me to take them to Camille's nearby in Old Town Spring. She has lots of antique china, jewelry, and clothing, as well as painted shabby chic furniture, picture frames, etc. it's hard to put a finger on, but it's a lovely place to wander. Camille herself loves it when we come in … Continue reading Vintage clothing shopping
A few weeks ago I made a new doll. Here are some of the progress photos: Above: head form finished; stretching skin over it Below: face embroidered Above: hair crocheted and stitched to the head (she has a bun) Below: body sewn, stuffed, and stitched to upper body Above: trying to figure out the scarf … Continue reading Orthodox Nun Waldorf Doll
The newest priest Waldorf doll is in the shop! He's 15 inches, solidly stuffed with wool, cotton and cotton blend knit body, removable cassock, skufia, cross, and censer. Go to the listing for a full description and more photos.
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
I wrote a post about this on Cozy House Curios. Click the photo to read it!
My first log cabin quilt (top). It's approximately 48 inches square. My plan is to go purchase some fabric for backing some of these quilt tops this afternoon.
All bags are marked down! Anything $25 is reduced to $18; anything $20 is reduced to $15. All but one are reversible (and that one is lined). Four are for children and five are adult-sized. See all of them here!
Oh my. Which to pick..?