Sew: Felt Fish

These felt fish were inspired by a wall-hanging I bought in China. An auspicious symbol, they’re a great craft idea for the upcoming Chinese New Year. I hand drew my pattern and have yet to digitize it (coming soon!) so I don’t have anything available for download. You can always enlarge the photo above and… Continue reading Sew: Felt Fish


If you haven’t already jumped on board the baker’s twine train, you should. Baker’s twine is great for a variety of purposes– wrapping gifts, crafting, scrapbooking…the list goes on and on. I love the variety of of colors from¬†DIVINE TWINE. Available in singles or sets (The Sweet Dozen, shown above) you’ll find all the twine… Continue reading Buy: DIVINE TWINE


Leave it to Facebook to make me aware that not everyone’s experiencing balmy weather like we are in LA. My NY pals are still braving winter temps and I got friends from SF sending me photos of themselves snowboarding. Looks like there’s still time to get yourself a nice, warm scarf. Why buy one when… Continue reading WOOL AND THE GANG


The Durham Farmers Market is a great Saturday tradition. Fabulous local produce + crafts annex + locally made snacks/treats = love, love. If you’re in to fabulous baked treats,¬† be sure to check out Scratch. Local artisan baker, Phoebe Lawless, is best known for sweet and savory pies but she also makes coffee cakes, muffins… Continue reading DURHAM FARMERS MARKET (Durham, NC)