Warm drinks, handknits, mood lighting… it feels very Octoberish around here.Read More: TWiP: October Feels
I’m so excited to be able to share the Spring 2016 patterns with you today! Custom ordering is open, and you can apply these patterns to all of the crafting tools and jewelry I can make.Read More: New Designs for Spring!
It’s time to get your custom-made seam rippers, crochet hooks, knitting loom tools, pens, buttons, and pendants! The window won’t stay open for long, so don’t delay 🙂Read More: May I take your order, please?
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
The Handmades Shop, which has been under construction for the last few months, is updated and open for business! Get yer fancy stick pens, yer unique crochet hooks, and more 🙂Read More: Handmades Shop open for business!
I’m opening up the custom shop for one week, or until I get as many orders as I can realistically handle. Don’t miss it! 🙂Read More: You’ve twisted my arm, now it’s time!
I crocheted a nearly instant-gratification shawl, and made polymer clay buttons to go with it. Come take a look!Read More: That’s a wrap.
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
Remember waaaaaay back in October when I showed you how to make buttons to match your tweed sweaters? Well, I’m back, as promised, to show you what to do if your yarn is of the heathered variety. Many of the steps are the same for the two types, so I will refer you back to […]Read More: Yarny Buttons: Heathered