This year is shaping up to be a tough year for handmakers. First, there was the closing of The Switch House and Studio 116 (the brick-and-morter stores that sold my wares), and then last week I found out that the only craft show I was planning on attending this year, The Sidewalk Art Stroll, has been cancelled.
So, I've been focusing on custom orders and testing some new patterns.
My cousin Stephanie recently gave birth to her 2nd daughter, Isla. I made her a green snail, reversable (and machine-washable) bib.
My lovely friend Debra's birthday was in February, but due to a plumbing mishap and my heater deciding to quit working during a snow storm, I've been unable to get in my studio to make her present until last week. Since I haven't given her her present, I can only show a sneak peak.
I am in need of new potholders, expecially with all the baking that I do. I've been playing around with some new patterns and, so far, this one is my favorite. Its a log-cabin-y hexagon! The ones in the picture were a birthday gift for another lovely friend, Kristi.
My most recent custom project was a Dr.Who themed diaper bag! I hope they enjoy it as much as I did making it. The exterior bottle pockets and interior are a light gray fabric with small concentric circles that reminded me of the inside of the TARDIS.
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