While working on a tunic, the Temple of the Cosmos, and planning for a chasuble and preaching stole, I have been sneaking moments here and there to work on a book I’m creating.
Above is the beginning of the “Earth” page. It is made from a repurposed children’s board book, assembled with a collage of maps, a salvaged library pocket, paper napkins, ink-jet images, stamps (rubber and postage), and more. The page is not done yet, so watch for another post – I cannot guarantee when that day will come. It’s a busy time in the studio!
Lambswool and cashmere felted and semi-felted sweaters, stitched and decorated entirely by hand, a labor of love for a child or grandchild. This playful and colorful lunchbox helps keep contents warm or cold. There is a container for a stainless … Continue reading →
These elves stand seven inches tall (not counting their pointy hats) and were crafted from felted wool sweaters. They are stuffed with wool fleece. The elves, along with other items I have handcrafted from felted sweaters, will be for sale at the Holiday Craft Market at Real Food Co-op in Chatham, on the day after Thanksgiving – Friday Nov. 26th. See you there!