Saturday, May 10, 2014

Flat knits and an ice barricade.

It's spring! It's like, really, honestly, and truly spring. I saw the very first buds of leaves today and my heart skipped a beat. It has been so gray and bleh and now there is finally green popping up. Warms my frozen Canadian heart. Here is a grab bag of photos from the past month or so.

The True North - Canadian sidewalks be like...

My nieces tried to "organize" my yarn stash. SOME of my yarn stash.

A needle felted chameleon. Custom orders available through my etsy shop: ThirdSisterVintage

New polymer clay claws for my tiny bendy sloths!

Typography knit print I made for my sister & brother in law who are expecting their first (last name Ball)
Another knit print. Deer heads made from sheep fuzz. Circle of life.

Ready to go for my first time vending at WEST's Handmade & Vintage Sale. Photo cred Caitlin of Decent Photography

The gang from WEST! Lovely group photo also courtesy of Caitlin.

Custom order forms made by my talented designer/cartoonist/writer husband.

I'm gearing up for a bit of time off and a drive down to Minnesota with my better half this coming week. One Story Time at the library, a panel discussion at the Manitoba Libraries Conference, and a little bit of frantic last minute packing. Looking forward to the open road and so many bags of beef jerky. So. Many.

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