Gilded place card holders

For my mother’s big birthday party, I wanted to create a super lush, luxurious environment with tons of flowers, sparkle and bling. When it came to the place card holders, I was looking for something elegant, with a touch of whimsy. I took to Pinterest (where else would one go??) and got inspired by these fun golden zoo animal place card holders. I knew I needed a different animal for this event, so I headed out to Michaels and found these charming bird figures:

8SC_7529(p.s. the birds didn’t have the wire coming out of their backs – we did that. Read on…)

I used the following materials:

  • 12 gauge gold flower wire
  • Gold spray paint
  • Wire cutters
  • Drill

8SC_7544To start, I made the card holders (the wire coming out of the bird’s back). Using a marker, I wrapped the wire around, making a double-loop:

8SC_7545Next, I cut the length short, using wire cutters:

8SC_7546(I also cut the wire at an angle, so it would be easier to push into the drill holes.)

Here’s what the wire looks like all done:

8SC_7526Next, we drilled holes into the backs of the birds. Don’t worry, they didn’t feel a thing. It’s important to use the right bit. Nothing bigger than your wire gauge, because you want it to fit in nice and snug. I used pliers to push the holders into the holes – when I tried by hand, the loops bent and lost their tight shape. Once they are assembled, it’s time to spray paint. 


8SC_7542A couple of notes on the spray painting. Make sure to apply in a well ventilated area. It’s winter here and it was snowing that night, so I had to make due in my kitchen. Not the best idea. Also, I held the birds by the wire while spraying them. That way, I was able to turn them around and get full coverage as well as not cover the wire in paint (since I still needed to put the cards in between the double-loop). Wear gloves!!! I looked like Goldfinger!

These birds were just what we were looking for – they were the perfect little holder for these stunning place cards, beautifully penned by Manayunk Calligraphy:

8SC_7575Of course, they were also the perfect complement to the lovely place setting – blush and gold – luxurious and spectacular.


More on that soon… 

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Radiant Orchid Summer – Fun with Design + Life + Kids

Sometimes, as a blogger, I get to do really fun stuff. A couple of weekends ago, I was invited to attend a crafting event hosted by a fellow blogger, Kim Wardell, who writes Design + Life + Kids, an awesome blog that’s all about modern design combined with loving family. This event focused around Pantone’s color of the year; Radiant Orchid.

It was a lovely summer afternoon and Kim gathered a group of fellow bloggers and interested crafters to enjoy some delicious cocktails, wonderful snacks and fabulous cookies. Oh, and there was a craft too! I put my new-found dyeing skills to good use as we dip-dyed picnic blankets.

The cocktails – a Watermelon Lemonade cocktail with vodka, was presented two ways – over ice, or made into slushies:

ice ball

Aren’t those spheres awesome? I love how Kim added slices of lime and strawberry for decoration. These were made using Zoku Ice Ball Molds. I was lucky enough to get a set in my swag ‘bucket’ – can’t wait to try them out. Also, I want to point out the orchids in the background – they were furnished by The Bouqs, another one of the many great sponsors of the event. They are an online flower delivery service, unlike any other out there. Definitely check them out next time you want to send flowers to someone special. I’m looking forward to using the coupon they left in our swag bucket…

The second presentation used the Zoku Slush & Shake Maker (in purple, of course):


And, not to brag, but I got one of these in my swag bucket too…

For folks who didn’t want a cocktail, the Brandywine Valley Brewing Collective brewed a special beer just for the event – Radiant Orchid Blueberry Wheat. 

beer sign

These stunning cookies were provided by the fabulous Whipped Bakeshop – one of Philadelphia’s premier bakeries. Their artistry is unmatched:


Leave it to me to lead with the food and drink – this was a crafting party, right? The featured craft of the day was sponsored by Rit Dye. We all dip dyed flat sheets, using their liquid dye.


Once we finished, we hung them on clothes lines to dry – don’t they look awesome? I’m hoping to convince Izzie that this will be a good birthday party idea some year…


Mine’s the one in front that has a yellow hue to it. I’m still on the fence with how I feel about it. I learned a valuable lesson about dyeing – less chatting, more dyeing… Oh, also – buy the liquid dye. Just do it. It’s a little more money, but it’s so much easier!!!

In addition to the food, drink and crafting, we were treated to other drawings and giveaways from other wonderful sponsors – Minted gave away three prints, La Siesta gave away a super cool hammock chair to one lucky guest. Each of us walked away with a big swag bucket filled with lots of goodies – two bottles of dye from Rit Dye, fun books from Quirk Books, a lovely pearl necklace given by Panache BoxDreamfarm, a fun home accessories maker gave us a jot and a tapi, Bing gave us a calligraphy print and Bing Ads + Bing Rewards coupon codes, and the swag bucket was given by Casabella Clean.

Speaking of Minted, guess who forgot to bring her beautiful new business cards from Minted to the event? Yup, this girl. They are so pretty – I was so looking forward to showing them off, er, giving them out! Guess I’ll just have to show them off here:

biz card


I had so much fun at this event. I met some really creative women, enjoyed great conversations, and laughed a lot. Many thanks to Kim, her team, and to the many sponsors! It was a huge success.

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Radiant Orchid Dress? No problem…

This weekend, I am attending a crafting event hosted by Kim Wardell, a fellow blogger who runs Design + Life + Kids. This event is called “A Radiant Orchid Summer” and is celebrating summer and the Pantone color of the year, Radiant Orchid. The weather is going to be beautiful, she’s gathered some fabulous sponsors, including one of my favorites – Whipped Bakeshop in Philadelphia!

Kim has asked guests to wear “your favorite Radiant Orchid inspired outfit.” When I tell you I’ve been scouring for over a month and a half trying to find the right outfit, I am not exaggerating. I think I had a picture in my mind of what I wanted and nothing really fit the bill. Not wanting to disappoint, and running out of time, I had a revelation. Why not just find a white dress I like and dye it?! Did you know that Rit Dye gives formulas for different colors on their website – included formulas for Pantone colors? So, off to Old Navy I went and found a cute, cotton white dress. Then I went to Michaels and purchased the dye.


Truth be told, I’ve never really dyed anything before. So, I was a little nervous and of course googled it. Here’s what I learned –

1. Think through your process before getting started.

2. Get all your supplies out and ready before you do anything.

3. Wash your garment to remove any sizing.

4. Expect the unexpected. It may not turn out exactly as you envisioned. You need to be ok with this.

Since I was using the powdered dye, I had to follow a conversion guide from liquid to powder. I found this a little confusing and am pretty sure I didn’t do it right. The formula for Radiant Orchid is 4 tsp Petal Pink and 1/2 tsp Purple liquid dye. I reversed the measurements. I know, I’m a genius. Anyway, you’ll need the following supplies:

1. Rubber gloves

2. Large bucket with room for garment and dye (I used a Home Depot bucket)

3. Something to stir with. (I used long stainless steel tongs)

4. Lots of paper towels to clean up messes.

5. Old towels to put under bucket and mixing utensils.

6. Apron or old clothes

7. Somewhere to dump dye and rinse garment. A stainless steel sink is optimum. (I have a porcelain sink in my kitchen, so I ended up draining in the washing machine, not optimum)

I was lucky to have my handy helper, Izzie on hand. Together, we diluted each dye packet, then mixed the ratios in a third large measuring cup, (because I reversed the ratios, it looked too purple, so we added a lot more pink.) and added it to 3 gallons of hot water in the bucket. Pre-wet your garment in hot water, and lower it into the water, as evenly as possible (not bunched up).


Using your stirring implement, keep the garment moving until it has reached a little darker than your desired color.


This is what it looked like after 10 minutes:


(please ignore the dirty dishes in the background – dyeing was my priority… :-))

Next, I rinsed it out really well, wringing it out under the water as it filled the washer. Then I drained the washer and washed the dress, by itself, in cold water once. Then I washed it again, with a load of dark clothes (I would not recommend this, dye was still leaching out). It took a good three rounds of washing to get all the dye out of the washer… Once it was thoroughly washed and dried, I was really happy with the result (even though it was nothing like I expected…)


You can see that the stitching and tassels didn’t absorb the dye – my thought is because they are synthetic. I kinda like it. I’m also pretty sure this is nowhere near the color of ‘Radiant Orchid’. I will place it in the Radiant Orchid ‘inspired’ category…

Now I’m really looking forward to this event!! I’ll be sure to share the projects, goodies and fun soon! Have a great weekend, everyone. 


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Cocktails and Crafting with Sweet Paul

On a lovely spring Sunday afternoon, my friend and I joined Sweet Paul for an event called “Cocktails and Crafting with Sweet Paul.” The event was held at one of the most beautiful and inspiring spaces in our area, Terrain. If I ever have unlimited funds, I may just move in. 


Sweet Paul, also known as Paul Lowe, is a lovely, kind, incredibly talented man who started a blog not long ago which quickly turned into an online magazine, then into a printed magazine and now he has his first cookbook out – called “Eat & Make.”  This book is beautifully crafted. It features recipes, crafts, along with a number of stories and quotes from Paul making it a truly personal piece of work. 


So, when I saw on his Facebook page that he would be coming to Terrain, I jumped right on board. (BTW, you should totally be following him on Facebook! – go ahead, click on the link. Just come back when you’re done!!) He chose a craft and a variation of a cocktail from his new book – Felted Vases (p. 99) and Roasted Apricot Bellinis (p. 160, Roasted Plum Bellinis).


Before we got down to crafting, Paul made us our cocktails…


I am in love with his shorts. Now for crafting… After a demonstration, we picked our vases and some wool and got to it.


Here’s what mine looked like, after I finished layering on the wool, in differing directions (and a little color):


For the next few steps of this project, we went outside – things were about to get a little messy… Unfortunately, I couldn’t get many pictures of that process, because I was covered in dish soap and water. For the sake of my fancy camera and book sales, I chose to stay on task. Basically, we sprinkled some dish soap all around the wool, and doused it with hot water and patted the wool until the wool was saturated and starting to take shape. Then we doused it in cold water and repeated the patting. The idea was to shock the wool into shrinking around the bottle. We alternated hot and cold water for a few rounds, then switched to rubbing the wool. This further fixed the wool in place. Once the fibers found their way tightly around the bottle, we gave them a good rinse and set them out to dry. With peonies and lilacs, of course.


Mine’s the one all the way to the right, with the blue stripes. I was pretty pleased with how it came out!! If you want to try this project out yourself, please turn to his book – there are much better instructions there. Plus, it’s just lovely. All in all, it was a wonderful afternoon. If you ever have the chance to meet Sweet Paul in person, definitely do. Tell him I said ‘hi!’ In the meantime, go get his book, Eat & Make you will just love getting lost and inspired. Enjoy!

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The Madhatter’s Ball

For the past few months, I have been completely immersed in the planning for a big fundraiser for my children’s school. This year’s theme was Alice in Wonderland. As the Party Chair, I was responsible for making this theme come to life. Which, I was more than happy to do…I take my party planning responsibilities very seriously.

I gathered a crack team of volunteers as my committee and we got to work. We wanted guests to feel transported to Wonderland, through sound, sight and taste. We wanted them to feel like Alice, a little off-center. I think we did a pretty bang up job.

The party was held at The Old Mill in Rose Valley. This historic building was the perfect setting for our plans. As guests arrived, they entered through a ‘card vortex.’ Hundreds of playing cards, in varying sizes were affixed to a bracing structure to create the sense of chaos. Kristin, our resident problem-solver / engineer (not to mention, very creative and talented woman), devised and built the structure.


Once guests entered the building, they were greeted with an ‘Eat me, Drink me’ table, where we had little vials of potion, Cosmopolitans and Sazaracs, and miniature cupcakes. We worked tirelessly to craft the perfect cocktail, it was really hard work. Kiersten, an integral member of the committee, without whom much of this vision would not be possible, made both the cocktails and the cupcakes. 


Here’s a close-up of the cupcakes:


And the bottles of ‘potion’:


I got these fabulous 2-ounce bottles from – they had a nice selection, if you want to buy a lot.

To enter the ballroom, guests had to peel back the velvet curtain to reveal Wonderland! Once inside, they immediately felt “10 feet tall” as they walked through the giant flower garden:


One of my uber-creative committee members, Sue, did the lion’s share of constructing 39 of these giant flowers!! The impact was incredible.

Folks were also greeted by this guy:


To honor the many generous sponsors, who made the event possible, we created this art installation, which we called, “Through the Looking Glass”:


You’ll see in some of the frames we featured photos of students, past and present. We gathered old frames from Goodwill, auctions and donations from families, spray-painted everything gold and created this collage of frames. Tara, another one of our incredibly talented committee members, her husband and our beloved woodshop teacher did an outstanding job constructing this beautiful piece.

We also scoured auctions and thrift shops to curate a vast collection of tea pots, tea cups, old books and other accessories to use as our tablescapes:




This was my favorite – do you see something out-of-place in the flowers?:


Every table was unique, and wonderful!

Above the central table, we created a suspended base, from which teapots and teacups toppled from:


This was quite an engineering feat – constructed and executed by Kristin. Super kudos to her.

Up on stage, Tara created our ‘Hookah Lounge.’ She constructed a giant mushroom which was surrounded by moss-covered sections of tree trunks. Seating was provided by pallets, layered with textiles and pillows:


What you can’t see in the picture above is how she even created the ‘gills’ underneath the mushroom’s cap. The detail on this piece was amazing.


No detail was overlooked – she even made tiny mushrooms, nestled into the moss growing on the tree.

Here’s what it looked like, with the cool mood-lighting – can you see how the mushroom is lit from underneath the cap???!!!:


Oh, and do you see that crazy cool chair to the right of the mushroom? One of the parents heard about the theme and let us borrow her two chairs – they were a perfect addition to the space.

Everyone was encouraged to wear their finest hats – and our Head of School was no exception! Tara and I created this beautiful Madhatter’s Hat for him:


Complete with a hand-lettered, tea-stained, burnt-edge price tag – just like in the original illustrations by John Tenniel (with a little artistic interpretation, of course!).

I can honestly say that I had so much fun working on this project. I am so lucky to have had an amazing group of women to work with. Not only were they incredibly talented, inspiring and hard-working, but the were so much fun!

P.S. I now find myself with a giant collection of china and old books, which I have no use for. Stay tuned for an eBay auction!

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Welcoming New Neighbors (a little late…)

I live in a great neighborhood. It’s set back and quiet, we have block parties, the kids know each other and we hang out with and like our neighbors. So, when a new family joins us, I like to welcome them with a little something. Usually, that something can be measured by how long it takes me to get it together to walk down the street and deliver said something.

Well, let’s just say that this last gift took a LONG time. So long that two new families arrived. So, I decided to step up my game a little:

basket 2

Here’s the second one:

basket 1

Oh, and I made one more to give as a birthday present to my sister-in-law’s mom:


So, at the end of the day, this didn’t take a lot of money, or effort. A little bit of running around, just because there were specific items I wanted to include, but you could easily accomplish this with one or two stops.

I wanted to incorporate some homemade elements with a few complementary purchased items. I have my homemade strawberry jam on hand, which lent itself to a tea theme. I made some Brown Sugar Oatmeal Cookies from The Pioneer Woman and stacked them in cellophane bags that I had on hand. 

For the store-bought items, I started out at Homegoods, where I found the baskets, dish towels, cocktail napkins, the cute mugs and scone mix (in the birthday basket). Next stop, Home Depot, where I bought the small pots, the plants and the chalkboard paint. Final stop, Target, where I bought the tea and hand soap. I realize the soap is a little stretch from the tea theme, but it smelled good and it was pretty.

To put the baskets together, I painted the small pots in chalkboard paint and wrote little notes on them:


I then filled the baskets, starting with a layer of packing/craft paper in the bottom, so the elements didn’t get lost in the basket. On top of that, I put some crinkle cut paper, from Nashville Wraps, that I had left over from my son’s birthday party goodie ‘bags.’


 Then, I arranged the elements in each basket, using the dishtowels as buffers and as a way to prop up the more important items. I’m pretty psyched with how they turned out. I’m hoping my tardiness was forgiven…


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Reptile Goodie ‘Bags’

I’m not a huge fan of goodie bags at birthday parties. They are usually filled with cheap, crappy stuff, that just gets lost in the most unfortunate places. However, I recognize that my kids and their friends freaking love a goodie bag. So, who am I to deprive them of that? When it came to my son’s recent reptile-themed party, I wanted to come up with something that the kids could use, but something that wasn’t super expensive.

Granted, it’s possible I may have spent more than most people do on goodie bags, but, sometimes I get carried away. I get so focused on the theme that I lose site of the bottom line. I’m working on this.

Ok, now that we’ve gotten past that, I was inspired by the jars I’ve been seeing on Pinterest with the animals adhered to the top, painted all one color. I thought it might be fun to find a jar, that could double as a ‘terrarium’ of sorts. In the end, I was able to transform this simple glass jar from the Dollar Tree:

glass jar

Into these totally adorable goodie ‘bags.’

goodie bags2

All in all, they weren’t terribly difficult nor were they terribly time consuming. Ok, they were more time consuming than your average goodie bag, I’ll admit that. But, they were fun, and I like to do stuff like this.

To dress up the outside I printed out the labels and hang tags from my printables package from AR Party Printables. For the labels, I used Avery self-adhesive paper (full-sheet) and cut them into squares. The hang tags were printed on heavier paper and I trimmed them to size, using a straight edge to guide my knife on a self-healing cutting mat. You could use scissors, but I don’t have a steady enough hand and the edges always look uneven when I do it that way. Then, I bought two cans of spray paint, formulated for use on plastic, one in brown and one in moss green. I spray painted the plastic lids and the plastic frogs that I found at the Dollar Tree.

lids and frogs

Hello, little froggies:


A note about spray paint. Follow the directions on the can. I bought paint from two different manufacturers and the directions were different. The green paint instructed me not to do extra coats after the paint had completely dried. Well, they were right about that… I decided to ‘touch-up’ a couple areas after the fact and the existing paint started to crackle (if you look closely at the picture of the final jars above, you’ll see the crackling).

Once they were completely dry, I used a hot glue gun to adhere the frogs to the tops of the lids. I mixed and matched, instead of keeping the color uniform.

Inside the ‘terrariums’ I made a bed of ‘crinkle cut’ basket filler that I bought from Nashville Wraps. This site is an awesome resource for gift giving. If you are into packaging and wrapping, give yourself an hour or so and pour through this site.

shredded paper

By the way, there is NO way I needed this much basket filler. I may have used a total of one bag – and that’s pushing it.

Now for the contents. The shining star of these terrariums were the reptile shaped recycled crayons that I found on Etsy. Not only because they are awesome and totally relevant to the theme, but because the vendor, MadeByMaxx, is actually a young kid in Oklahoma who has a shop on Etsy. He makes them himself and his mom helps with the transactions and shipping. This is what arrived with my shipment:


I mean seriously, how could you buy your molded, recycled crayons from anyone else??

The other focal point in this terrarium was a sheet of stickers. This was a bit challenging, because I need to find something that would fit into the jar. Here’s what I found:


I stuck those in the back (half of one sheet), as a ‘backdrop’ of sorts, then filled the rest with the crayons and plastic reptiles from Dollar Tree.

goodie bag stuff

They turned out great and I’m hopeful that the kids are using their little jars for something fun at their homes!

goodie bags

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An epic reptile party

My darling son turned five recently. Like many five year-old boys, he loves reptiles, bugs, dirt, puddles, etc. When it came time to plan his birthday party, I knew I needed to incorporate one of his loves. Enter the ‘Reptile’ theme… The highlight of this event was the live reptile show, given by Snakes-n-Scales, – in my living room. I’m still trying to forget the fact that a boa constrictor was IN. MY. LIVING ROOM. (Please forgive the lack of focus in this photo – I must have been shaking. Or rocking back and forth.)


Regardless of the live animals, we had a theme – and once I have a theme, there’s no stopping me.

First stop, Etsy. Hours and hours on Etsy. Because, that’s what I do. I have to look at and analyze every single reptile related item available on Etsy. Seriously. Anyway, I found an adorable printable package that had the invitation, and a series of printables from AR Party Printables. We worked together to customize the invite and other items. I was able to carry this theme through every element of the party.

Drink Tags (blog post coming soon!):

drink tags

Grown-up Drinks – Blueberry Mojitos:


This is super simple – I used a 2 inch circle punch to make the tags and took a little piece of adhesive putty and stuck it to the side of the mason jar. Clean-up is simple, because the putty just comes right off and you are ready to use your mason jars for another purpose!

Goodie ‘Bags’ (click for more detail):

 goodie bags2

 Kid’s Drinks – Green Punch:


Aren’t these adorable? I used half pint mason jars. I found these little lizards at the Dollar Tree and adhered them to the rings with a hot glue gun.  The ‘lid’ is just a cute cupcake liner that I found at Michael’s. Punched a hole in the middle of the liner for the straw and voila!

Flower Arrangements/terrariums:

flower arrangement

I already had these cool hurricanes. I filled the bottom with rocks I got from the Dollar Tree and added some plants from my water features(however, you could do this with plastic ferns or other artificial plants). Then we added in some of the plastic reptiles that we also sourced from the Dollar Tree, put water in the bottom and that was our centerpiece.

The turtle-shaped pizza:


I used a turtle shaped cookie cutter, rolled out Trader Joe’s pizza dough, put on a little pizza sauce and cheese. To save time, we pre-cut the shapes and par-cooked them before the party. All we had to do at party time was add the sauce and cheese and bake.

The alligator-shaped cupcake display:


I found this idea in “Hello, Cupcake”, a book by Karen Tack and Alan Richardson. It has lots of great ideas – if you love baking and cake decorating, this is a fun book. Theirs looks a little more professional, but it was about 200 degrees that day and the icing was so soft. Oh, and we don’t pipe icing on a regular basis, so, here you go. I still think it looked awesome – many thanks to my mom’s patient hands and piping skills.

In addition to these menu items, I served fruit salad, soft pretzel sticks and assorted sandwiches. Everyone had a blast. The other kids who love reptiles got to see and touch many of these reptiles, which was a huge thrill. Even the kids who were a little hesitant around reptiles seemed to have fun.  It was a huge success, despite the excessive heat. Parents and kids felt free to linger – which to me is always a sign of a good party.

Many thanks to Snakes-n-Scales, the folks who gave the presentation. All jokes aside, they did an awesome job. Nate was thrilled and they made sure all the reptiles stayed far, far away from me, which was much appreciated. They also ensured that all of said reptiles returned to their respective tubs and left my house. If you live in Pennsylvania, New Jersey or parts of New York (check out their website for specific coverage), I would highly recommend them. They are also a reptile rescue center, so the money you pay for the party goes towards helping animals.

BTW, did I mention there was a boa constrictor IN. MY. LIVING ROOM.???!!!! Not to mention, an alligator, python, lizards, giant turtles, I could go on…



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Learning something new

I had the most enjoyable Sunday afternoon yesterday. My friend Megan, who I have known longer than I can remember, came over for a visit. She and I were the best of friends as children. We would have great sleepovers, we went to sleep-away camp together, we were Brownies and Girl Scouts together, her mom made us silver dollar pancakes in bed, her father tied my beloved teddy bear to a tree with a ransom note… You know, the usual kid stuff. But best of all, we played Barbies. All the time. Here we are in 1981:


Cute, right? Here we are today:


I know what you’re thinking – did she just post the same picture twice?? Nope – the second one was taken just yesterday. I promise. Anyway, she is also very good at a lot of things – she is a gifted artist, award-winning, even – she won the public vote in the Washington Post 2012 Holiday Craft Contest for her stunning Pysanky eggs.

She is also an avid knitter. Knitting is something that I have never tried – though, not so long ago, my friend suggested someone make a Bauble Sheep Pillow for our annual fund raiser at our kids’ school (we have two sheep on campus – so the pillow would be a huge hit). I thought, how hard can this be??? According to several of my friends who knit, it could be pretty difficult… So, I decided I should learn how to knit, so someday, in the not so distant future, I could produce this fabulous sheep.

Megan generously offered to teach me and I had my first lesson on Sunday. I thought I would make this post a tutorial, but the truth is, I still have a lot to learn. And a lot of practice to do. Instead, I’ll share the websites that Megan recommended for great tutorials and guidance – has tons of short videos that you can watch to perfect your stitches. She also suggested, an online community of knitters and crocheters. It’s hard core, but a great resource as one gets more into it. Folks post pictures of their projects along with patterns, yarn, suggestions, etc. For instance, over 75 people have already done the sheep project – if things don’t work out, I’ll just offer one of them some cash…

In order to advance to the sheep, Megan gave me a homework assignment – 4 dishtowels. All different patterns. If I can master those, she assures me that I can master the sheep. I’m about 1/4 of the way through my first dishtowel. I’m getting the hang of it.


I’m a long ways away from baubles, but, you know me, I’m good at everything, I’m sure this will be no different…

The added bonus is that Megan also taught my daughter, who was reluctant at first, but picked it up again this evening. Instead of reading stories tonight, we knitted together. It was really sweet.  

Lots of love, Carrie

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