I've been wanting to create a piece of art from the village where we are living in England. At first I though I would do a painting of the landscape...but somehow I haven't felt motivated to pull out all my paitns. This is our first time living on the water, and I knew I wanted to capture it in some way. Fabric seemed just the ticket to get me motivated. Here is what I created. One of my favorite views in Burnham. I have walked this path so many times, I'm so glad I captured it.
I've been working on a new granny square (baby) blanket these days, and adding trim to some of my other finished blankets. I love the look of the lace-like borders.
I know weather is warming up in a lot of areas, time for flip flops and t-shirts! Naturally, it's the time when I finish a few pairs of mittens I've been working on the last few months. I'm always ahead of the game...what can I say. ;) Anyway, if your still feeling a bit of chill, there are a few pairs for sale in the shop now! Yay for mittens!
A new custom doll, on his way to Alabama. ;)
Remember me telling you I was working on my first cardigan? Well, here it is, all finished. It was a labor of love, but it is warm and cozy and without any flaws, hurrah! Now I'm packing it up to send over the Atlantic to a very special new owner.
What to make next? I think I'm going to work on some more mittens, mixing up some new patterns. Stay tuned!