I use to make Macrame necklaces when i was a kid. Then started drawing and painting in school. I am always creating.
I love felting wool and making it into purposeful items. It is thrilling to put my beloved hand knit or crocheted item into the washing machine and see what comes out.
I get such a creative charge from being around other artists!
I love the bulk of my items to be educational. I have 4 little rugrats and, as a parent, I want my kids to be learning as they are playing!
My mother-in-law giving a sewing machine. It changed my life!
I now include beautiful English multi’s and pastels, sea glass from California, Hawaii and the Caribbean.
I like things to be unique, to have something that isn’t owned by thousands of other people as well.
Zane shows us awesome hand painted neckties and bowties – just in time for Father’s Day!! What I love most about these ties are the varieties in color and style. Keep up the great work 🙂
Emily’s crafts are inspired by Native and South American cultures. Her work includes lots of beautiful leather, beading and stones. Gorgeous!
Elizabeth shares her woolly felt accessories with us as today’s featured crafter! The knitted headband would come in handy for me today – it’s a chilly and foggy May morning in the Northeast. Keep on crafting!!
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