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Beautiful! I can feel my defenses breaking down.


I am sooo hungry. I love home baked bread - I need to make some. I don't have a fancy hearth thingy, but it's still better than anything in a bag. Hey, I'll trade you one of those hand woven towels for some of my homemade, hadpicked Mustant Grape Jam to go on that fine bread.


Oops, It's Mustang - not Mustant. ha!

wendy e



It's never too late to wish someone a merry Christmas, so there.

You make me want to return to my own bread baking. Do you have a secret whole wheat flour that you use? I can sometimes find a generic one at my local supermarket but I think something a little less refined would make for a more interesting bread. I suppose I could try Whole Foods but I have issues with them.


Wow. This is the very ultimate in human enjoyment. Handweaving and Handmade bread. Thank you.

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Lace work

  • Beaded shawl
    A collection of knitted lace shawls, stoles and wimples. Many were done in handspun yarn. Click on an image for a larger picture and description, plus charts for some.

Socks and small knits

  • Keesmere Ski Hat
    These are all handknitted socks and other small items. Most of these were knitted from my own handspun yarn. Click on an image for a larger picture and description, plus charts for some.

    (Most of the Celtic designs came from Celtic Charted Designs by Co Spinhoven, an excellent and inexpensive resource.)

Doll Knits

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    A collection of (mostly) knitted doll clothing.


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Blankets and woven items

  • Shadow weave plaid towel
    Mostly handwoven items, mostly from commercial yarns.

Yarns and fiber

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Variegated Dyeing

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