Monday, October 31, 2011

Happy Hallowe'en!

Happy Hallowe'en friends! I confess, this is my favorite holiday of the year.

Now, I promise not to do more than two cat posts in a row, but these were too cute not to share. We dressed up Munin like an 80 year old man. Nate says he looks dignified.


Sunday, October 30, 2011

Action Shots: Snow Day Cat Nap

This weekend we had our first real snow - way too early! So we used the 5 inches on the ground as an excuse to stay in and be lazy. A perfect weekend to catch some action shots.


If you'd ever wondered what a cat looks like mid yawn, now you know!

Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Mass Market

I am so excited to announce that in addition to Bazaar Bizarre, I will be vending at the Mass College of Art's Mass Market on Sunday, December 11th. Hope you can stop by!

Sunday, October 23, 2011

Crafty Peeks

My online life is a bit quiet because there's so much going on offline! I am still crafting like crazy to get ready for the holiday shows. Here is some of what I've been working on!

Handknit Bowtie Necklaces
New bowtie necklaces - to be available online soon!
Handknit Bowtie Necklace
One of a kind - made with hand spun, hand dyed yarn. For Bazaar Bizarre!
Bat Stitchmarkers
Adorable limited edition stitch markers! Available online.
Gym Sock Fingerless Mitts
1980s meets Nerd Couture - gym sock inspired mitts, available online next week

Sunday, October 16, 2011

Places to visit: Salem in October

Living in Salem means a month packed full of Hallowe'en every October. Some people hate it (the traffic is crazy, no parking, tons of tourists), but if you embrace it, it's a lot of fun. Salem is very quiet the rest of the year so it's an interesting change of pace.


Monday, October 10, 2011

Places to visit: Portsmouth

Oh, hello! No, I am not dead, I am just buried under piles and piles of yarn in preparation for the holidays.

I wanted to share some photos from one of my favorite places in New England - the town of Portsmouth, New Hampshire. I took these several weeks ago, back when I still had time to put down my knitting needles.