So you have a set of polymer clay buttons that you love, but they’re not thick enough for your purposes. Use this method to build up the thickness of your old buttons (or any flat polymer tile).Read More: Salvaging the Rustic Buttons
Polymer clay buttons for handknits: I made some, and I’ll show you how I did it, including links to a few helpful tutorials aimed at beginners.Read More: Buttons!
Sometimes a technique doesn’t go as planned. And sometimes you press on anyway, and end up with something different but better! Here’s how I made my green rustic buttons.Read More: How to make rustic buttons even when it all goes horribly wrong
If you’ve been reading along here in the past week, you’ll know that I made these woven tweedy buttons to match my tweedy sweater. Want to make some of your own? Read on! [A note about tools: If you are brand new to polymer clay, you should still be able to do this technique, however […]Read More: Yarny Buttons: Tweed
Once upon a time, before I learned to sew, and before I started knitting, this was a polymer clay blog. Ok, it still is to some extent, but there have been enough detours into other crafty territory, that I’ve picked up plenty of followers who know very little about the clay. And on those days […]Read More: So you want to try polymer clay
Warm drinks, handknits, mood lighting… it feels very Octoberish around here.Read More: TWiP: October Feels
Wherein I show-and-tell a couple of cardigans and tell you about my new knitting pattern.Read More: Introducing the Fireside Cardigan
It’s that time of year again: Convention Season. During the months of October and November, we spend about half of our weekends traveling to one event or another.Read More: TWiP: On the Road Again