In all seriousness I am so lucky to have both my grandmothers as examples of how creative someone can be. My mom is a talented seamstress and knitter herself, so growing up was filled with art, projects, crafts, and unique gifts. I don’t know what I would do with myself if I wasn’t a crafter. How do people live without a craft project? What do they do? Here are some photos of the few of uncounted crafts from those with crafter-blood that I am a descendant of.
Vladimir wrapped in an Afgan from prior to 1950!
Quilt my Grandmother Joyce Fern made for me in 1997.
Quilt my Grandma Joyce Fern gave to me last summer. (My FAV)
Seed Stich on a cowl that then became a cat teepee.
Vladimir in the perfect sweater (adjustments made for his long body).
The first animal sweater I made. Love the yarn I used.
I generally have an animal trying to sit on my lap at all times.
An angel my Grandma Carolyn Mary made prior to 1950.
Cricut Paper Crafts I also do.
Sewing 101. Learning my new/old machine that belonged to Carolyn Mary.
6 thoughts on “Crafter-Blood”
don’t forget the button santa’s you helped gma make. The only craft gma did not master was cake decorating….I remember her fit throwing at a Joslins cake decorating class making what she called “shit-wheels!”
Your rasta hat is the best. You could make a fortune selling these online! It makes me want to go out and get a pet that would sit still and wear one!
Hi!Great fanciful blog!!!I like it a lot!
I love your Ktity!! So lovely. 🙂