Monthly Archives: November 2013

Sweater Sampler

When it comes to new projects, my willpower is almost non-existent. Every time I see something cool, I want to give it a try. For example, Jacqueline Fee’s sweater sampler from her book [amazon_link id=”0892725338″ target=”_blank” container=”” container_class=”” ]The Sweater … Continue reading

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Rush, Rush, Rush

Goodness, the year really is rushing to its end, isn’t it? Christmas is just around the corner, and I’ve still got a lot to do. (I bet you have too!) Thankfully, I finished up my Christmas shopping this past weekend, … Continue reading

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Rememberance Day

Lest we forget.

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Canvaswork Coin Purse in Progress

Between jewellery making and working on Christmas gifts, I have found a little bit of time to work on one of my projects from this fall’s Creativ Festival. The project is Canvaswork Coin Purse, designed by Jennifer Aikman-Smith. She provided … Continue reading

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More Christmas Peeks

This time of year can be so hard! I’m working on some things I really like, but I can’t share pictures just in case I spoil someone’s Christmas surprise. 🙁 This week I’ve been working really hard on getting a … Continue reading

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Smalls SAL – A Work in Progress

Ladies, I have received a lot of great feedback about a stitch along for next year. Thank you so much to all of you who have said how much you enjoyed this year’s SAL, and how it was helpful in … Continue reading

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Chainmaille

I think I may have found a new hobby… Hmmm, two pairs of pliers, some jump rings and a little bit of a bracelet. Any ideas about what I’ve been making? It is a Byzantine weave chainmaille bracelet, made from … Continue reading

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