When I spend most of my time in the studio, ignoring my computer, blogging becomes a reflection of that. Not always exciting, but it is my life. So here’s what I’ve been doing:
We had our first real frost over the weekend and the air finally has a hint of winter in it. I’m not quite ready to decorate for Christmas, but it did remind me that I wanted to share my trees with you.
Coming home from the Association of Michigan Basketmakers Convention marked the end of my 2016 travels. I am home for a few months – it really is a wonderful thought! I have so many pictures in my head to weave!
Unfortunately, I started my season of home with a severe case of laryngitis – imagine ten days of me with no voice. 🙂 Now that the fever and chills are past and my voice has returned, I am back to having more things I want to do, then time to do them in! I already have three new baskets in process and … but yesterday was a glorious autumn day and I just couldn’t stay inside. So I moved my ‘studio’ to the deck.
I brought some freshly dyed reed outside to play with Read more
I am so excited that Angie Longenecker Wagner from The Country Seat, Inc. agreed to let me interview her. This family business in Kempton, Pennsylvania was established in 1975 by Angie’s mother, Donna Longenecker, as a seat weaving company. It quickly became a supply store for seat weavers and basket weavers. Read more
Today was a good day to do a little website upkeep. I added items to my gallery (see below) and I added a few miniature basket kits to my store. Shipping is a flat rate of $5, however if you buy 3 or more kits, shipping is free. You can check it out here. All of my patterns are available for instant download and no shipping cost.
Here’s what I added to my gallery… Read more