Mother’s Day has passed and today, I am still thinking of every woman in my life .
These women reside in me and so do their lessons . I’m forever grateful for all of you, those who took time to mother me, who took a broken winged person and loved me anyway. Past and present, I love each of you.
I am forever grateful.
So take these broken wings
And learn to fly again
Learn to live so free
And when we hear the voices sing
The book of love will open up and let us in
Hi there, the end of this month is chock full of information and blog posts as I took a little break and came back with a ton of things to share and also this meant that the Maker of the Month feature is way later in the month than usual. I do hope you forgive me for this and so here goes!
I first learned of Michelle and Berry Colorful Yarnings when I was in the yarn subscription club The Golden Skein (no longer operating). Every three months I would get three skeins of hand dyed yarns, each from a different dyer and one of those was Michelle.
Since then I have been following her on social media and of course on Etsy where she sells her yarns. Michelle specializes in self striping yarns and as a sock knitter, I find that super exciting! Somehow, self striping vanilla socks seem…
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Along with the daffodils and warmer weather, those baby shower invitations that keep popping up in mailboxes are sure signs that spring has arrived. If you’re looking for a handmade shower gift idea, baby shoes can be a wonderful present to make for the next new baby in your life.
And I’m excited to announce that my beautiful daughter and her husband will be welcoming a new baby into their family in May. 🙂
I think it’s true what they say-
“There’s really nothing quite so sweet as tiny little baby feet”.
But these tiny little baby shoes have to be right up there on the “sweet-o-meter.”
The process is fairly simple and you can see the entire tutorial by clicking here.
Thank you for checking out my eHow tutorials. Everyone over there has been incredibly kind to me and creating content for them has allowed me to continue…
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I will be sewing soon a few basic and lovely simple Summer clothing.
I found an adorable baby sleeper pattern on Ravelry.com and fell in love with it, and the name of the pattern is The Sweetest Sleeper, oh yes, I agree! Of all the things I have knitted…
I used 2 skeins of Debbie Bliss, Cashmerino . Size 8 needles and small buttons I purchased from Purl Soho .