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Letting the crafty creative juices flow. Knitting, spinning, crafting, dyeing, rabbits, sheep and more!

24. February 2011 10:33
by Jobo

Lucky Me

24. February 2011 10:33 by Jobo | 1 Comments

I had been keeping this a bit of a secret... I posted photos of some mittens I had made before Christmas - You don't make friends from Salad Mittens - but I had also submitted the pattern to the Ennea Collective...

Well, the pattern was chosen to be part of the February Issue!  Winter Delights!

ennea ad

Look at it!  I can't believe it's up, it's there, and my name is on it!

electric mitten cable with beads

art mitten sewing on beads more art mitten

ennea Ad banner

20. July 2010 06:01
by Jobo

Arts in Motion: Spinning Demonstration in Summerside

20. July 2010 06:01 by Jobo | 0 Comments

lefurgey cultural centreYou mean you want ME to come out… Sit around and spin and talk about Yarn for a few hours?  Sign Me Up!!?!

The City of Summerside, partnered with the Wyatt Heritage Properties, is presenting a summer festival showcasing many Island artists and artisans with the goal of increasing “community awareness and celebration of the role the arts play in a healthy, vibrant community, while offering up some wonderful entertainment.”

From July 16 – August 12, 2010 there are various different venues throughout the Summerside waterfront that will be alive with music and creativity.  The festival boasts 72 artisans and musicians – with many different talents and passions. 

If you want to come out and see Wool turned to Yarn… spinning wheel, spindles, fleece, various fiber types, yarns… you are officially invited to come out and see my demo:


July 30 and August 2 – 11:00am to 1:00pm at the Historic Armory Building in Summerside

August 12 – 4:00pm to 7:00pm in the garden of Wyatt Heritage Properties, 205 Prince Street


summerside armoury 

Hope to see you there :)

more information is available over on the Wyatt Heritage Properties website:  here 

or telephone (902) 432-1296

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