I love these colors and a bit of sparkle is delightful! This is a new no felted necklace of silk, wool, and alpaca.
My daughter and I recently went to a full day women’s retreat geared toward socializing, painting rocks, and playing games. Held outdoors in one of Oregon’s beautiful national parks we had fun hanging out in the pavilion, eating snacks, and getting to know each other better. I got a little carried away and ended up … More Creative Rock Painting!
I have an idea to decorate the horses and use dreadlocks that are decorated to clip onto their tails and manes to make them look dressed up. I am thinking about riding in a parade or going to the park to let children pet them and give the children rides. I want to make the … More Dreadlocks for decorating the Horses!
After building the half wall and fitting in my work table, I realized the wall was in my way! I took it out, and built up the beam above so I could also take out the center support post in the middle of my studio, which was in my way also. I like this so … More I removed the half wall.
After removing the divider wall I had put in previously, and rearranging my supplies, I was ready for the first felting workshop in my new studio. With a heater, electricity, hot and cold running water and a microwave, we had all the conveniences of being in the house. It was a pleasure meeting Diane and … More First workshop in the new studio.
Must… Draw… Every… Day! This is pencil on Washi paper.
Using the pens and pencils I used to save for my grandkids when they come over, today, I continue playing with lines and color on card stock 8 1/2 x 11 paper. Below is the image before any editing. Then I tweaked my drawing in the edit section on my phone, see below. Kind of … More Challenge: Day 2
Art every day. Some kind of art. Any art. Here is my fun for today!!! I like it. I got the idea from MarmaladeRose. I just discovered her today while I was looking at Pinterest. She’s a fiber artist and does amazing work! You can find Marmalade Rose at marmaladerose.com
I decided to try my hand at felting my handspun yarn. I read about it in one of the spinning books I have. Now that I have tried it, I really like it. First, you spin the wool. The first time I tried it I just spun just a little bit and made it into … More Felted, hand spun yarn!