Month: April 2010

Research as Art


So most of the time when my husband attempts to explain to me his research or something he’s learning, I valiantly attempt to understand generally, very generally, maybe marginally, what he’s getting at. So the other day when he wanted me to come look at some images of his research, I braced myself for more… Read more »

Fabric Soccer Ball

What’s more appealing to play with than a brightly colored soft fabric soccer ball if you’re a small little man? I can’t think of a single thing, truthfully. This For Kicks Patchwork Ball from Anna Maria Horner‘s Seams to Me looked a little intimidating or at least annoying to make at first, but once I… Read more »

The Jenny Skirt with Suspenders

So, I first saw this skirt at my new blogging friend Julie’s blog. She’s got some really juicy projects over there, and I’m pretty sure I looked at this post 83 times while I was making the skirt. ┬áIt’s this pattern from BurdaStyle, and PS have you been there lately? They’ve got some smokin’ patterns… Read more »

Felt Food

This morning the oldest Tribelet was playing with her felt food, and I decided it was post-worthy. Funnest Christmas present I’ve ever made, hands down. I decided the child needed play-food when she was using Legos as cookies, cakes etc. (she still does, but whatever). I shopped for ideas on etsy, grabbed my felt scraps,… Read more »