I Fall To Pieces

I Fall To Pieces

Patsy Cline said it so well…some days things just are NOT all together. That’s how it is right now for the purple faerie ball joint doll that I am making. First the cat stole one of her lower arms—luckily I have made a paper under-body pattern that I...
Braid-y Bunch

Braid-y Bunch

It’s been a lovely break between semesters, and I’ve had a chance to practice two of the new skills I learned in 2012, bead crochet and kumihimo. Both are a lot of fun, allowing for creative choices when it comes to picking out the beads, and meditative...
Rocky Mountain Quilt Festival

Rocky Mountain Quilt Festival

I’m done with summer at school, and gearing up during our three week break to get ready for the Rocky Mountain Quilt Festival! I’m very happy to be doing a show like this that is closer to home and doesnt involve flying! I hope that people will come and...
All Dolled Up In 2012

All Dolled Up In 2012

Its a brand new year, holding lots of promise of work to do and share; and I’m looking forward to finishing many of my projects that have been in the works for a while and to starting new ones as well. I’ll be making new dolls, necklaces, and wall art with...

Dress Up Fun Faces

Previously I posted about the two millefiore face canes that I just made using Kato polyclay. I spent a couple of days playing “dress up” to create Victorian style ladies, dancehall girls and some honkytonk angels (as well as miniature masks for the...

New Faces For Spring

I’m in polymer clay mode this May, making lots of new beads and pins and faces–both in cabochon form and canes. I’ve made face canes before, but only using Fimo and Premo brands of polymer clay. Here’s a picture of some of the ones I’ve...