I’ve treated myself to the Ashford complete weaving kit.
I’ve an idea I’ve been thinking about and playing with for some time, which I think can become something useful.
My biggest problem though is how to explain what’s in my mind… but here goes.
A few little things have happened recently that have brought back an old gripe of mine. That old feeling that as a Christian artist, one of the hardest hurdles is finding a sense of belonging in the church.
There’s a whole community of artists out there who spend a vast amount of time dwelling on their art supplies and it’s on the levels of paranoid US preppers.
If you want a doll, now is the time to get one. I don’t make them often, so having this number of dolls in the shop at one time is a one off. Oh and did I say I’m selling the older dolls for a very low price of £20 each? Yep, thats insane, but the dolls need homes, I can’t keep them all.
Because I can’t send physical flowers to those who need them, here’s some I painted.
My new dolls are made with the same attention to detail and love as the My Little Crochet Doll, but smaller…
…a lot smaller!
These gloves are normal cycling gloves, but they have electronics sewn into them which add a blinking Indicator light to the gloves.
Using a kit from #kitronik here’s how to make them.
As it turned out, the vital tools for survival aren’t machetes, but sewing machines.
Here’s my favourite tutorials to get us through Covid-19
I’ve knitted Sindy a nurse outfit and face mask from a vintage knitting pattern, and included the pattern for free!