Monthly Archives: May 2020

Stitching for sanity

Can’t believe it’s another Friday already.   Feels like time goes on forever and then I wake up and another week is gone, just like that.   But slowly things are opening back up.  Phase one reopening means that you are allowed … Continue reading

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Apart but together

I am immensely thankful to those of you who made appointments and came in to the shoppe to make purchases this week.  I appreciate every penny you spend as it tells me that you want me to keep fighting to … Continue reading

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By appointment

This week was mostly concerned with conservation for me,  punctuated by making some kid sized masks for my nephews.   I was supposed to film the second part of the double nine patch video, but my camera support stopped being supportive … Continue reading

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Take a Breather

As the quarantine continues I know that many of you are making masks and other PPE.  While this is very good work and it can help us to know we are doing something to help slow the spread of the … Continue reading

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May Day

So in many traditional societies especially in Northern Europe, where most of my deep ancestry is from, May First was celebrated as the first day of the summer half of the year.    It is a time of fertility of … Continue reading

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