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Are You A Polyvore?

I have to admit, when I first saw the article about Polyvore in the New Yorker a few weeks ago, I thought …

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Sometimes “Giving Up” Feels So Good!

Usually, when I start a project, I have every intention to finish it.   That doesn’t mean that I don’t have a whole …

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Spring Daffodil

Spring Gardening in Rhode Island – Fun With Early Veggies

If you’ve been watching the news, you know that those of us in Rhode Island have had our fair share of rain …

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LaptopBag2

Greased Lighting Laptop Sleeve

A few months ago, my husband asked me to make him a felted sleeve for his new laptop.   So, of course, I …

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Easter Egg Dyed Yarn

Yarn Dying Tutorial

With Easter only a few short weeks away, I thought it would be fun to post instructions on hand dying yarn using …

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Felted Celtic Knot Bag

Celtic Knot Inspiration

Tomorrow is St. Patrick’s Day, which means scores of people will be flocking the streets for parades, drinking green beer, and, for …

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Princess and The Monster

Create Your Own Wild Things

Have you ever noticed how kids love to make things, and they always seem to love what they make, no matter how …

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Opining On Spring

As I write this article, I’m looking out my window watching three doves take a bath in our birdbath.   After a long …

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Our Bouquet

Kid Kanzashi – Guess What We Used To Make These Flowers

OK, what did you guess?  I bet you didn’t guess baby wipes!  That’s right, these flowers are actually made from dried out …

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Felted Recycled Bag with Bird on a Branch

For A Good Cause – Saving the Baby Chickadees

In spite of our cats, our yard is filled with birds all year round.  At our feeder, we’ve seen woodpeckers, cardinals, doves, …

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