Celebrating Life: In 2020, I encourage you to do something on the 20th of each month that will bring you active and conscious joy.
Well! I have had just about the most fun a girl can have!! As you probably already know, I have a shop-front with Wool Warehouse. In this store, you can buy kits for some of my projects, including Charlotte’s Dream, Sophie, and Ubuntu. Last year, my family and I went for a little visit to […]
Sooo… after spending all weekend at Yarndale (yay!), publishing Part 4 of the Ubuntu CAL on Wednesday, and attending a Meet and Greet at Janie Crow’s studio yesterday (where I was gifted with some gorgeous Bowltech hooks), I finally have a quiet(ish) hour or three to tell you about my fantastic yarny weekend!! Scheepjes Blogger’s […]
Doing a podcast interview is probably the scariest yarn-related activity I can participate in. I used to hate the sound of my own voice, and although I have gotten more used to hearing it ‘on air’, I still wouldn’t go as far as to say that I like it. Not only do I dislike listening […]
I’ve taken the unusual step of making this newsletter into a post on my blog. I know, it’s been a while since you last had a newsletter from me and you might have been wondering where I’ve been…
I have just returned from my sixth yarn retreat with Devon Sun Yarns, and this one was a particularly special one. It felt like a big family get-together :)
I will be chatting to Marly Bird on The Yarn Thing podcast this evening, and I am both excited and nervous about it! I hope you will be able to join us!
When I went on my first Scheepjes Bloggers Weekend a year and a half ago, I could never have imagined that I would make the kind of friends that I have. Occasionally I still feel like I should pinch myself to make sure I am not dreaming.
Smile of Joy works with HIV-impacted children in South Africa to support and maintain oral health. They also host Christmas parties for these children. They gratefully receive donations of broken toys, clothes, and crochet or knit items.
It is not easy balancing work, life, kids, and crafts. Join me as I (self-consciously) discuss how I attempt to do this with Marie Segares from Creative Yarn Entrepreneur.