I came across these wonderful little felt animals while browsing through Etsy some time ago, and thought they were just too great not to share! Of course the tiny mouse caught my eye…
But the possum, sheep and ferret were equally as sweet.
A wonderful Christmas present given to Mausi this year was a handmade gift from a (relatively) local artisan. These sweet alphabet ‘keys’ with their fun silk-screened images, came strung on a piece of twine and kept together in a cotton bag. Although she isn’t quite old […]
After hours spent scouring the internet for the perfect wooden toddler push-cart, I finally found one…
It had a wonderful natural oiled finish, wooden wheels with a rubber strip added for traction, a nifty break setting so that the wagon wouldn’t scoot away from new walkers, was handmade in a Continue Reading →
When Mausi was born the dogs stayed with my sister-in-law for a week. As we got used to being parents in that first week, Mausi would lie bundled on a blanket on our living room floor. But as the week drew to a close and the dogs were set to come home, we […]
A brand new blog…a place to read, a place to see, a place to share…an experiment in all things ‘blog’.
I was going to write something profound, but as it turns out it’s better in theory than in practice. So instead I will introduce myself…
I read. I write. I knit. I […]
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