A journal of looming projects weaving throughout a thread of spirituality, art, and creativity.
Linda,ahhh yes, you said you were blogging to Mike :) I found it! You are a loomer??!!! Way cool! I am right now getting my website up as I sew artsy clothing...for those of us who cannot abide mass-produced, Chinamade, unartistic wears! I want to start spinning so badly as well!!! My dream is my own spinning wheel and a herd of sweet alpacas :) You do very nice work.Glad I found this Linda. You write well.wani
Wani,Hey, you found me! I meant to send the link to you. I'm so glad you found it. Yes, I just started with the looms. There are some gorgeous small gauge wooden looms I would love. I'm a total newbie, but hooked on these looms! There is so much I want to learn and do with this new-found craft. I desire to bless others with my hands, and looming can provide this. I'd love to open up a yarn shop in P.C. There is such a need. Wal-Mart is not cutting it. No selection of unique, exquisite, European yarn! I may just be preparing for community living. I love the Alpaca idea. Blessings. . .Linda
Hi Linda, I love your blogs, you should definitely encourage my mom to make one. I think she would really have fun with this. I just wanted to tell you how much you and your family mean to me. You are such wonderful friends, and we consider you family. You are a blessing from God, and I thank Him daily for you. I wanted you to know that you are always in our prayers. I love you very much!!Blessings,Dana H.Also I set up my own blog account, take a look when you can.walking-in-his-steps.blogspot.com
Your kitty is so cute! That picture belongs in a magazine. :)
I think you're right! Your kitty wants you to make him something. Beautiful cat!!!!
This photo is a prize...I have always been partial to Persians and the flatter the face, the more adorable.We have 6-inhouse cats making a hobby involving yarn almost futile! Rajah looks indeed regal and has the perfect name...Your blog is inspired in every way...Kislanya;)
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