Monday, October 8, 2012

Recycled Wool Skirts For Sale

I'm getting rid of a lot of recycled wool skirts that I have collected for rug hooking but will probably never use, so I"m de-stashing what I can. I'm selling the skirts $2 a piece or for a certain price when bundled together. Most of these skirts are 100% wool or 80%. They are all washed and taken apart and ready to cut and hook with. These skirts are great for over dying or marbleizing with others . If there is a certain color your looking for, just let me know and I may have it. Most of these skirts are primitive colors and great for the old primitive look in your rugs.
I have more skirts that are not in these pictures.

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Saturday, October 6, 2012

Change of email address

Hello Everyone, I just want to refer everyone to my new email address:
otherwise my email inquiries have been going to my junk mail in the old address:
I apologize to the ones that have emailed me back for orders and it has taken awhile in order to find your emails.  I hope this helps.  I"m still selling the items even though I haven't posted for awhile.  Please email me with your inquiries since some of these items may be on sale.

Sunday, January 15, 2012

The Wool Garden Sunday Sale

Good afternoon everyone, its a bit chilly here in New-Brunswick today but my guy has the wood stove burning nicely downstairs so its nice and cozy by the computer as I post my blog to you.  Today I have  some rug hooking patterns up for sale by Deanne Fitzpatrick, whom we just adore around here.  If you have never been to her blog, you have to check it out here:  Sorry for the bad pictures, I can't seem to make them look any better.  You might be able to see them better on Deanne's website to give you a better idea of the design.

On linen
24" x 31"

On Scottish Burlap
28.5" X 30"
SALE $31

On Linen
32" X 21"
SALE $21

On Scottish Burlap
SALE $21

OLD WOMAN HEADING OUT?(There was no name on this pattern)
On Linen
20" X 34"
SALE $21

Thanks for stopping by and have a great week.

Sunday, January 8, 2012


Hello everyone, I'd like to show you a few things that I have for sale today in my little shop.  But first I would like to tell you what I have been doing today.  My little craft shop/working studio has been so messy since the summer that I could barely move around in there and I think that's why I haven't been very creative as of late.  So I wanted to start the new year on a clean slate by getting my work area back in order and hopefully get some creative juices flowing.  So I spent most of the day cleaning and throwing out and putting things back where they belong.  I was to embarrassed to  show you the before pics of the mess, but did take some after pics.  When I look at these pictures, it still looks a bit messy but really it isn't.  I even vacuumed and dusted.  I bought tubs and sorted out my wool by color, even the leftover snippets are all in their little bins by color.  So here are the studio pictures.

Now getting back to my Sunday Sale.  I'm hoping to be able to sell out of most of the things you can and cannot see in these pictures, so I can have more space to do more crafts(sewing, hooking, felting and prim painting). I thought I would do a sale on Sundays and post it on the blog.  I say Sunday because its the only day that I have time to do this and hopefully there will be things that interest you.




I have one hook left for sale in its package.  This is a hook that can be held in different ways for people that have wrist problems due to arthritis  or other problems.  The length of the hook  itself is 1 3/4" long and is a primitive hook.  Here is a link for more information on the Meno Trigger Grip:

13 1/2" X 19 1/2"

This wool has a nice primitive antique gold color to it.  The wool is felted and a bit hard on the wrist to hook with since its a  bit thick to hook with  but would be great for wool appliques.

1/4 yard before dying
28 1/2" x 16"

This was spot  dyed using Magic carpet dyes  and Antique Colours & Spots dye book. This is a lovely soft piece of wool.   The next two pictures show you the whole piece.

Please contact me via email at for orders.

Sunday, January 1, 2012


Happy New Year folks.  I wish everyone health and happiness in this new year.  I thought I would show you the little gifts that entered our lives, thanks to the Miramichi SPCA on Christmas Eve. We adopted 2 great looking cats from they're barn buddy program.  So our thanks go out to the SPCA manager and also a big thank you to Cara and her husband Matt, who were kind enough to drive down with Blackie and Marbles and to drop them off to us.  We are also thankful to hear that Cara has found her dog  Jazz after 34 days of being lost.  This is a very sad story that has a happy ending and Jazz's story was  also in our local newspaper.  To read more about it click here
So I would now like to introduce Marbles and Blackie:

Marbles is about 2years old we think and has been at the SPCA for a year now according to the manager.
He was very shy with us for the first 4 days and kept away from us but since then, he has come out of his shell and is starting to be more affectionate with us.

Now Blackie is 8 years old so I'm told and has been at the SPCA for a few months now.  He's been very affectionate since day one and he's also a little bully and likes to have all the attention and doesn't like it when we give it to Marbles at the same time because Blackie walks over and hits Marbles on the head.  There's lots of love to go around boys.  Marbles and Blackie seem to be settling in well this week and by next week or so we will let them go outside with us but they will mainly stay in the garage to hunt the mice and hang around with us outside.  We already have 2 indoor kitties who are way to pampered already since they wouldn't know what to do with a mouse if they saw it.  Believe me I know.........cause I saw

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