Now it's time to move from Craft Shows to Xmas presents! I'm making this broomstick lace shawl for my grandmother... I almost took a class on this technique, but I'm glad I didn't pay for it, because I just watched the YouTube video from Naztazia and taught myself! It's a fun and gorgeous texture, and I'm using some baby alpaca to knit with, so this will be so soft and cozy when I'm done! Hope my grandmother enjoys it, or I may just steal it back!!
Tuesday, November 30, 2010
Wednesday, November 24, 2010
Tuesday, November 16, 2010
I still haven't decided if these will be for my last 2 Craft shows, or for Xmas presents, but I made more crocheted scarves... They are fun and easy, just crochet 2 strands of yarn together in a long chain, then dc in each loop, from the Complete Idiot's Guide to Crochet Projects, and they are so addictive! Guess I'll see if they sell 1st, if not, lots of friends will be recieving a cool scarf!
Monday, November 15, 2010
Wednesday, November 10, 2010
Thursday, November 4, 2010
I've been busy making more stock for my upcoming shows, I have 3 shows in a row! Here's the latest- soda can mosaic frames and resin frames with bottle caps and Xmas ornaments that I've made, FUN!
Here's where I'll be:
N0v 5th & 6th- Epiphany Lutheran Church Holiday Stop & Shop- Horsepen Rd, Richmond, VA
Nov 13th Sunnyside Assisted Living Craft Show- Skipwith Rd, Richmond, VA
Nov 20th- Church of the Redeemer's 19th Annual Craft Show- Mechanicsville, VA
Come see me and support your local artists!