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needle felted birds – and an Iconocraft Christmas!

After all I said last week about holding off on Christmas decorations, it my seem a bit ironic that my friends and I held a Christmas craft fair last night. But with Desert Bus starting next week, and the venue being pretty much booked solid through the rest of this year, we had to make […]

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needle felted eyeballs

My eye doctor (wanting me to see the benefit of glasses despite only needing a corrective lens for one eye) always used to tell me that “two eyes are better than one.” Well Dr. Pohl, I was listening. And if two eyes are better than one, than three, four, five or six eyes must surely […]

leafy felt plants with needle felted accents

The other day I looked over into the corner of my office where I pile the things that will need dealing with soon but not right now, and realized that my one poor little office plant was back there, looking decidedly unhappy. I wrote a while ago about how I’m not the best grower of […]

needle felted mice (or rats)

This week, I have a story for you. It starts with a scritching noise in the wall behind my desk. Then come scrabbling, scampering and skittering sounds. I call the landlord, he sets a trap, we catch a mouse and that’s that. Until I see a mouse scurry across the kitchen floor about a week […]

Craterhoof Behemoth plushie

Before all the wedding and honeymoon and 30-turning events of this summer, my husband – who’d gone back to school to complete his BA after a break of several years – graduated. Because why not do¬†everything in one summer? This was an occasion we felt needed to be adequately marked with celebration. My father-in-law and […]

Go Home Dinosaurs plush

RAWR!!!!! That seemed an appropriate way to start off this post. Anyway, this week I’m going to talk about a game. All this wedding planning combined with all the other stuff I’ve committed to doing lately is, well, I’m not going off the deep end or anything, but I might be dipping my toes in […]

how a Piranha Plant is “grown”

Over the past couple weeks, I’ve been cultivating a lovely little indoor garden of long-stem Piranha Plants. Today I thought I’d let you see a little of what goes into “growing” a long-stem Piranha Plant. They spring up quickly, but they do require a fair bit of development! All those teeth don’t just appear out […]