Sunday, December 19, 2010

Christmas is so soon

Made from felt and yarn, a little ornament for a tree.


This is a Hat


Knit then felted. The perfect baby hat.

Jessica Kennan


Here are two potholders that I made for the family. Materials needed: wool sweaters, yarn. This idea was inspired by my sister Jessica. She made these for my parents two years ago, and they are simply beautiful.

Felt Slippers

This is not a glass slipper it is a felt slipper. I would be more inclined to fall in love with some one who wore felt slippers than someone who wore glass slippers.

Homemade Felt

Get an eye full of this handmade felt, brought to you by Leah Spicer.


Silk Scarf

Mother here is your other Christmas present:



I dyed this silk scarf. It was so easy.

Felted Bowl

I think it would be sweet if you could felt something so tightly that it could hold water. But alas I don't think that it is possible. Below you will see pictures of a bowl that I knit and then felted, and then covered in buttons. Look out Mama, this is your Christmas Present:



Almost Virgin Socks

This is the second pair of socks that I have knit in my life. I love knitting socks. But I need to branch out now and learn some new patterns.


Sword and Shield

I love giving Secret Santa gifts. This year I got a young child, and here are the results of my endeavors:









 Painting was done by a friend and woodworking was assisted by a teacher. Thanks to both of them!

This is a Rug

Ahh the winter has arrived, and with it my love for the holiday season. This is a rug that I wove on a loom for my papa. Made of fleece it only took an hour to make.


Sunday, August 15, 2010

Monday, July 12, 2010

Silk Screening
















I made this shirt as a birthday present for my brother Isaac, the owner of Milkweed. 

If you are new to the blog and haven't heard of Milkweed, the restaurant, check it out at 



Bike Trip w/ Moriah









Farmer's Market

        




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