At the hospital where I work, there are rules about decorating for the holidays. No real trees; no lights; nothing on the door of the office. However, when I discovered this pattern I figured they couldn’t complain or reprimand me for making a wee tree for each of my co-workers as holiday decor for our personal workstation. Continue reading →
I recall reading THE AGE OF INNOCENCE by Edith Wharton and being fascinated by the constant dinner parties to which those with money were invited. Since the1870’s, The Season is still practiced by young fashionables, the monied and those of us who are graced with the luxury of gathering with family and friends. Continue reading →
I joined the OUTLANDER PATTERN CENTRAL group on Facebook. The group is filled with members who have literally helped with the grief healing of my outlander’ish heartone stitch at a time. Continue reading →
I have been scouring the internet for some free patterns. However, recently I found two projects with instructions poorly written. For one of them, I spent at least eight (8) hours working on the pattern-frogging, frogging, frogging, until I finally figured it out. Perseverance paid off!