do you love podcasts as much as i do? i listen to them while i work, and also when i’m driving. i subscribe to lots of different kinds, but my favorites are those that interview makers. they keep me company while i’m sewing or cutting out dresses or crocheting, and it fascinates me to hear […]
oh Squam. you never fail to intoxicate, rejuvenate and educate me. this was my 9th (!) time at this creative gathering on a loon-filled lake in the woods of New Hampshire. i just read my account of my very first Squam experience and it all holds true to this day. it never gets old.
the yarn […]
i’m back from Squam, and it was as glorious as ever. i’m exhausted, energized, inspired, fulfilled and oh so honored and grateful to have been part of it. and this weekend i’m off to Shakerag! look out for a Squam recap post later this week.
oh, and the winner of the Dropcloth samplers giveaway was Kay, […]
when i moved up to the Hudson Valley from NYC in 2009, i knew exactly 2 people who lived up here, and wondered how i’d ever make new friends since my plan was to become a complete hermit. i also wondered if i’d ever be able to find *my* kind of people… makers, artists, oddballs… […]
1. Eldorado, the funnest cabin ever 2. Rainbow bag 3. Air pose 4. Rainy day on the dock 5. The yarnification 6. I love that lake 7. I am here. 8. Process gallery 9. Tiny Tomten 10. The heart 11. Bedroom morning light 12. Ravelry Revelry!
another June, and another magical Squam have come and gone. […]
oh my goodness, can you even believe this list? yes, it does include Stephen West, Ysolda Teague, and Gudrun Johnston, just to name a few of the knitting legends who will be there! if you’re within driving distance of New Hampshire, and a fiber lover of any kind, i strongly urge you to come to […]
i just posted my teaching schedule for 2013 thus far; there are more classes still in the works, but i thought i should get this up before the year progresses any further. where has January gone? it’s always the month i dream of all through the busy fall/holiday season, as my month of peace and […]
i’m planning my classes for Squam Art Workshops 2012, and realized i hadn’t shared these photos yet from my Unconventional Embroidery class there in september. this was my first time teaching the september Squammies, (the artists, or “pagans”, as elizabeth lovingly calls them) and we had a fine […]
suddenly, without any warning at all (i’m still trying to figure out that happened to August?) it’s that time of year again. for us makers, the busiest time! though it seems this whole year has been a whirlwind.
wednesday i’m off to teach AND learn at Squam Art Workshops. i’m very much looking forward to taking […]