Monday, February 22, 2016

dryer ball kits for beginning needle felters

I put together some kits for those wanting a dead simple introduction to needle-felting.
Using only natural undyed wool, dryer balls help to reduce drying time when using a clothes dryer. They're good for those that are sensitive to dyes and perfumes, and though not advertised for this purpose, they make a fun play ball for kids too, as long as those kids are old enough not to take a bite and get a mouth full of wool.

The kit contains:

Full instructions
3 felting needles
A reusable felting mat
Core wool
3 colors of natural wool for the outer layer

Each kit makes 3 balls about the size of a tennis ball.

They're in my shop.

Tuesday, February 16, 2016

but they're cute helpers

Home from work a little late, trying to take some photos outside in an effort to catch the light before the sun goes down completely. Not ideal, but I needed a photo of this piece in order to apply for a show.

I got a couple done and then...

Reality comes with helpers.

(claw claw claw on my thigh to get my attention)
I had to bribe them with a piece of lunch meat so I could finish taking pics.

They've trained me well.

Monday, February 15, 2016

thank you

Thanks all who took home a stone yesterday, who had a look, who helped spread the word, I'm so grateful.

For those that missed out, I hope to have an offering for you soon.

Saturday, February 13, 2016

shop update Feb 14 2016 at 10am

I'll have a shop update on Sunday morning, Valentine's morning in fact.
I'm planning to push the go button at 10am Central time (that's Chicago time)
If you are interested, you can find the shop HERE.
Thank you!

Thursday, February 11, 2016

stones for sale this Sunday

Ah life.
Here, just days after showing this photo and talking about how I was plotting a future project for these stones I find myself with an unexpected expense and a change of course.

I'll be putting these stones, and a couple more, up for sale this Sunday as I'm able.
(you can find my shop HERE)

Life changes course, so we adjust our sails, right?

Let the plodding plotting continue.


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