I'm really enjoying the tiny workshop! The shed company that worked with my ideas was The Shed Depot of North Carolina, located in Sanford, NC. You can create your design on their website, and then call Tyler and he'll help you with questions or to customize it further. I can't say enough good things about… Continue reading Still at it, but just about done
I bought a gnome named Gus and things got out of hand after that. This is Gus, purchased on Amazon (used) for $17.43. I think he was a return because his eyes were crossed. After a while, I thought I could fix his eyes since I like to paint. I got carried away and touched… Continue reading The Gnome Rescue Project
It's been a fun week working on the tiny workshop after the husband completed the interior painting with a sprayer. Painting was my birthday gift - and it was the best gift. The gift of someone's time and effort. We ordered Zinser exterior paint in the 5 gallon bucket and he ran out, probably because… Continue reading The Tiny Workshop – Part 3
Delivery day for the tiny workshop was yesterday and now it's supposed to rain for quite a while. But there's so much I want to do and I'm not a patient person. I want to be, but I'm just not. The shed company that worked with my ideas was The Shed Depot of North Carolina,… Continue reading The Tiny Workshop – Part 2
We have a new granddaughter and she's just precious. Some crochet that was made for her arrival. Here are links to the patterns: Purple crocheted hat, purple crocheted sweater, pink knit sweater and the white hat has no pattern, but the pom was bought at Michael's.
I haven't been keeping up with my blog, but I want to! My web host kept changing things on me, so the blog was getting lost so I brought it back over to WordPress and it should be safer here than in any sub-directory on xyz.blah. It was a craft-filled Christmas and here are a… Continue reading A belated Christmas post
For a cold weather trip to Beufort, NC back in December - brrr.... what were we thinking? Beaufort is a quaint gem of a town kind of frozen in time. So many historic homes, they're all white, and the annual holiday home tour is a real treat. The pattern is the Gingerbread Hat by Angel… Continue reading Charcoal Cabled Hat