Thursday, January 12, 2017

wall hangings



I never got around to showing the wall hangings I have been making.

There were three that sold last month. You can see a few of them on instagram if you follow: shopmada

Here are three more in progress and I will be making several more. I will let you know when they become available.

I have so much more to say and write however, the school bell is ringing soon so off to pick up the kids and onto play practice, violin and fixing dinner.


Pipilotti Rist exhibit











Words can not even express the magnitude of this amazing exhibit. It was worth driving in the snow to see last Saturday without a doubt. This will stay with all of us for a long time.

black and white winter cowl


My new fashion accessory. A cozy handspan cowl knit with Camellia Fiber Co. yarn. 

tussle--mussie



This is a Victorian style arrangement made of herbs and flowers. According to the language of flowers here are the meanings:

Dill- protection against evil. Mint- virtue. Parsley-festivity. Rosemary- Remembrance. Yellow Rose-joy, friendship, the promise of a new beginning. Coral Rose-friendship, modesty, sympathy. Ranunculus- dazzled by your charms. Sea Holly- admiration.

There is a green I could not identify and dianthus which I originally forgot which in this shade signifies 'a mother's undying love.'

when at purl soho




When at Purl Soho your daughter picks up the perfect yarn for a hat. This girl's got good taste! Super soft merino in color: Lucky Magpie!

Dia: Beacon



















On New Year's Eve we took a spur of the moment trip to Dia in Beacon. We had an amazing time! I place a lot of importance on museum/art trips. It is something I place a lot of value on and want to share with my kids. We also went to the Museum of the American Indian over Thanksgiving weekend and they loved it.


bow barrettes



Love, love these big hand knit bow barrettes! These are all in my Etsy shop. A few more to list and continuing to make more because they are addictive.