Good morning, friends…. And just like that, it’s December. I wasn’t quite ready for it, especially with Thanksgiving so late this year! But with the kids off school for the week, we made the most of our time together and went to get a tree. This is our first year with a live tree, so […]

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Walks and Work

I drive by this field almost daily, all through the year. It is a simple pasture, sometimes dotted with cows and steer, and their babies. It usually catches my eye though, for through the seasons it is filled with simple, rustic beauty. This late November, the grasses have turned a beautiful burnt sienna that looks […]

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Last Event of the Season

Hi there friends, hope you are having a wonderful autumn. Thanks so much to those of you who came to my open house at the studio a couple of weekends ago– it was so good to see you all, and so good to be with such kindred spirits. We stitched, knitted, spun, ate, drank and […]

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Upcoming Art Events

Good morning, friends!~ I hope you are having a wonderful– autumnal— week! I wanted to stop by and let you know that I’ve got a few events scheduled in the next month and I’d love to see you at one of them. Blue Heron Antiques Open House October 19 Blue Heron Antiques is a wonderful […]

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Open Studio this October!

Hi there, friends! As has become tradition, I am planning on opening up my studio this fall for friends to come and see what new work I’ve been up to, to chat and craft and just have a nice time together 🙂 The studio will be open from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday, […]

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On a Rainy September Day…

Perhaps in an effort to truly usher in autumn, rains have been blowing through the landscape here on the prairie, making for stormy, rumbly nights and very dark mornings. Ever so often the sun peeks through, and the humidity bubbles up…never too far away. But there’s nothing I like more than a quiet, over cast […]

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Edging Towards Autumn

The heat here is still awful. But it hasn’t stopped me from trying to get out into the garden and get some work done, or from pulling out the spinning wheel and try to get some yarn spun up for the blossoming goldenrod. My very favorite season is nearly upon us, and how unbelievably right […]

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