Sewing Anyone?


I’ve had a few ideas bouncing around my noggin for a while that have finally made it to a finished piece. I’m revisiting an old theme in a whimsical new way. When I’m trying out a new design motif I love to “sketch” it out on a sauce bowl. It is such a great way to test out the design on the shape of a pot, and surface of the clay, in miniature form.
I’ve wanted to sign up for the sew a skirt class at Crafty Planet for over a year now. It seems like there is always a conflict – not this time – and they had just one space left, yeah! The class starts this Sunday and I couldn’t be more excited! The new pots are timely aren’t they?!
My first sale of the season, the Minnesota Knitter’s Guild Yarnover, is coming up and I’m going to make some more along this theme to have at the event. In the meantime these are available on my etsy site.
Lately I have been lucky to have some assistance in the studio so I hope to ramp up production for the coming season. So far this season I have 12 events scheduled, with two applications outstanding. That’s a lot of pots! Better get crackin’

3 thoughts on “Sewing Anyone?

  1. stephanie fangman

    I’m interested in bying a yarn bowl with the hooked edge how much? and how can i order one thanks. sf

  2. admin Post author

    Stephanie,
    Thanks for your interest. I’m in the process of redesigning how I do business. Instead of making pots to order I will be making pots and selling what I have when I have them made. These “updates” will happen as I have enough pots available to do so. Rest assured I will have some “special yarn bowls” available for purchase with the first update! I encourage you to join my mailing list and that way you’ll be amongst the first to know when the work will be available for sale!
    Best,
    Jennie

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