It’s been a while since I’ve done a Canadian Artisan feature, and so with the start of September I thought it perfect timing to have a look at another talented Canadian.
I am thrilled to introduce you to Turn A New Leaf Designs!
With hot summer sun streaming through the windows it is hard to even imagine cooler temperatures again…knitting a wool bonnet in July seems like the last thing I should be doing!
It’s not really something that I am focusing on, but from day to day if I have […]
I’m a big fan of wool diaper covers.
Although Mausi’s long wool pants are now all packed away, she still has a number of soakers in rotation as well as another pair on my knitting needles just now. But wool […]
February Knitting for Mausi :: Mausi’s Pixie Hat
A great pattern for a sweet pixie hat combined perfectly with some wool that Mausi’s papa bought me for Christmas.
I found a lovely little wooden button with etched […]
As the snow flakes fly outside of my window and the world is getting covered in a fresh blanket of white, I am thankful for Mausi’s warm winter woollies from Ruskovilla. Ruskovilla, a Finnish manufacturer, of wool under clothes is one of just a few great European […]
The Chinese New Year is almost here…2011 is the Year of the Rabbit and so in the spirit of the celebration ~ Rabbits! From toys and books to patterns and spoons, rabbits, it seems, are everywhere!
Clockwise from the top…
For the first official Canadian Artisan Feature I bring you Eve’s Little Earthlings (the lovely Wood Garden is also Canadian, though I hadn’t decided on the ‘feature’ part at that time yet…). Located in Guelph, Ontario, Eve originally trained as a potter and […]
As the January wind blows, and the January snow…snows, I am thankful for warm and woolly things. And among them are Mausi’s woolly slippers that she wears most everyday and keep her toes toasty and warm. What wonderful things woolly slippers are.
Her woolly slippers are from Continue Reading →
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.
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