Monthly Archives: June 2018

A Speck of Immortality

I had intended, dear crafter, to write my next post about the wondrous sense of immortality I get from every stitch I work up, and every pattern I publish. I was planning to wax overly-lyrical about how, as creatives, we … Continue reading

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The shields we choose

When I was a wee tiny thing, I found myself impressed on a head-spinningly regular basis by my Mammy, and her seemingly endless list of creative skills. She could trace images from my favourite story books (especially popular was a … Continue reading

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Feminist youth and the importance of pockets.

Let’s face it, folks. I’ll never make a fortune doing what I do. My design work is niche, and requires a certain level of commitment from a buyer before they can get all down and dirty with with one of … Continue reading

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