Inspired by the Words of Jeremiah

I’ve always loved the imagery of “the tree that’s planted by the waters” in Jeremiah and in Psalm. How beautiful are these words: “For he will be like a tree planted by the water, That extends its roots by a stream And will not fear when the heat comes; But its leaves will be green,… Continue reading Inspired by the Words of Jeremiah

Natural Dyeing with Kitchen Food

If you had looked inside my freezer a few months ago, you’d think I was crazy. I have been collecting freezer bags of orange peel, avocado skins and pits, onion peel, used coffee grinds, used tea bags, wimpy spinach, and other weird food items. I’ve been dying to try natural dyeing, but I really don’t… Continue reading Natural Dyeing with Kitchen Food

My First Handspun Skeins

It has been awhile since I last posted, but I assure you it’s not because I haven’t been busy crafting away. The month of December I made several handmade Christmas gifts for family, some of which include an apron for my mom that all her grandchildren helped with and another tablet weaving for my husband… Continue reading My First Handspun Skeins

Book Review, Nov. 2016

I checked out some books for inspiration out of our public library in Bartow County. Here’s the books and a short review on what I thought about them. Creative Batik by Rosi Robinson, published 2001 I’ve never actually tried wax batik yet, but this book has inspired me to want to do it soon. The… Continue reading Book Review, Nov. 2016