Well, I did it! I made socks. They may have taken me months to finish, and I may have been thisclose to giving up on more than one occasion, but I did it! And I’m so glad because these are the
I’m going to start sharing little photo series from my travels. I wasn’t sure if that kind of thing belonged on this blog or needed a separate space, as it’s not craft, but honestly for me it’s related. Because it’s not just
It’s been a minute since I’ve done one of these In Store Inspiration roundup posts but trust, my phone is still full of photos of clothes I’ve turned inside out and right side in for ideas. My niece actually asked once why
Get ready to feel those heartstrings. There’s a little hutch at the side of the road in Summerland, British Columbia full of handmade goodies you can browse, and purchase, at your leisure. Got a question? Want to see more? Need to break a 20 dollar bill?
A pact between friends, to meet at the train station in seven years time, found tucked between my Nana’s autograph books from school. I mean, come on. Are you seeing this? I love it, everything about it, right down to the colour
Well if this isn’t the most precious thing… Did you have these? I remember getting them in primary school. We’d all practice signatures at our desks before rushing around in a frenzy, making our friends write us a message. It was probably
Guess what! I just posted my very first video tutorial over on Skillshare, showing you how to make this embroidered knit pillow. Here’s a link where you can sign up for free until Sunday July 31st (no Skillshare membership needed, no
Sigh… How sweet are these? My sisters notebook from the 80s and my Hunkydory pencil tin, made in England in 1992. I looked at them sitting on my shelf the other day and felt like they needed to be shared.
A few delicious bits I picked up on my recent Nova Scotia road trip, for your drooling pleasure. I wish I’d taken a picture of the back seat of my rental car—a growing pile of yarn, groceries aka bunches of bananas and
Beautiful Cape Breton, the last leg of my Nova Scotia tour (check out part one and two here). I went around the trail counter clockwise, spending my first night in Baddeck at the loveliest Bed & Breakfast (complete with cuddly golden