A crepuscular crewel work.
Photos from some of last week’s adventures
The height of 1960s DIY chic.
How I made a DIY detachable collar
A rough version of a Pool of Light Necklace.
Hand made felted slippers from Newfoundland
Remember that green stone Kia Ora pendant my friend Jessica found at the St. Lawrence Market a couple of months back (pictured above)? Well I was at the Market two Sundays ago and… Continue reading
I visited The Salvation Army on Parliament on Monday where I found three bags of broken jewellery. Here’s a picture of some of the highlights of that haul. As you can see, there’s… Continue reading
Despite the ’60s being the atomic age, folks were still heavily into crafts. We talked about making jewellery for fun and profit last week, and here’s an example of a handmade brooch of… Continue reading
Spring is officially here! To herald this event, I’m sharing this picture of one of my favourite brooches. It’s a handmade, enamelled depiction of a geranium (which also happens to be one of… Continue reading