Hi everyone! Like many out there in America right now, I'm scrambling to catch up with a world that was turned upside-down by COVID-19 virtually overnight. I know that there is a lot of hype out there, but I'm taking my responsibility seriously and I hope you do too - I am practicing social distancing... Continue Reading →
Sometimes I have to burn off my excess creative energy by doing something I can finish quickly! These wild textile jewelry pieces fit the bill, especially since I've been trying to clean my shamefully stuffed craft storage and shredding stockpiled t-shirts is a pretty effective method for me to do that. This tutorial is a... Continue Reading →
Here's another project that fits firmly into the "tired of staring at it because it's been sitting on my desk for over a year so I might as well finish it" category! There's no real reason that it took me so long to finish, other than I got continuously distracted by other projects and lost... Continue Reading →
A great mother’s day gift, especially if made from the grandkids’ old outgrown t-shirts! The color block or ombre look gives interest while the simple stitch pattern makes this a sturdy, uncomplicated project that you can finish in one relaxing weekend morning.
Again with the documenting old stuff. This time it's crocheted T-shirt rugs, in three different flavors... MERRY PRANKSTER CATHEDRAL CANDY SHOP I made all of these small-ish circular-ish accent rugs by crocheting around strips of upcycled cotton t-shirt. The method of using worsted weight yarn to crochet around the t-shirt is a lot more effective, time... Continue Reading →