Category Archives: hand stitching

storytelling at its finest

“January 8-15: A time of sorting and deciding, refining and adjusting. Much has been activated, much has been deactivated, and much is in the process of gathering the right ingredients. This is a time to get help, ask for support … Continue reading

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A world without money

The truth is, Ive been living with out money.  For a long time I was able to hide behind being a wife in an alternative family lifestyle…. but all along, I knew,  my husband knew, that I preferred to live … Continue reading

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5 SIMPLE WAYS TO WRAP THE AMBATALIA FUROSHIKI SCARF by Bridget Crow Bridget Crow has a real handle on some old traditions and her model, Jennifer Plumridge truly shows off my hand stitched scarf for Ambatalia for a non-disposable life.  … Continue reading

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Adorning dolls I take great care in selecting the adornment for my Heirloom Dolls.  Much of the time, lovely little treasures come my way just in time for her coming out party.  In fact, I hardly ever buy new adornment, … Continue reading

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Jennifer! Drowning in Beauty, Devoted to love Mikaela! Stitcher of Prayers, Out to funktify the world Together, Passion

Jennifer Esperanza featured my life and my work in her blog. The woman is a genius in capturing pure essence and spilling it out for the world to see. Im delighted to be seen so clearly with so much love. … Continue reading

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Ambatalia Making Happy

Molly and Me. Our minds seemed  inseparable for many years or were we? I dont really remember,  accept that when i was 3 years old, a 6th sibling was added to this rambunctious Irish proud family, and she somehow became my twin sister. … Continue reading

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