BeadStyle_Stacy


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craft interests: embroidery, gifts, holidays, home decorating, jewelry making, paper crafts, quilting, sewing

Member Since: 01/27/2009


recent comments

Re: Book Giveaway: Animal Hats

Oh my goodness! There's a fox hat! My parents have two foxes in their back yard, and my teenage sister (an avid knitter) is obsessed with them. This is me commenting with my fingers crossed!

Re: Book Giveaway: Susan Beal's Modern Log Cabin Quilting

"simple quilt and patchwork projects for sewers" -- that is SO me!

Re: Grandma and the Beautiful Button Hat

First off, let me say that your grandmother would be so proud to know that you have made a career out of the crafts that were her hobbies! Talk about a newfangled idea...

My grandma made elaborate quilts of her own design with whimsical themes: dinosaurs, motorized transportation, sheep, butterflies...The animal-themed ones she sometimes donated to our local zoo to be auctioned off. She didn't teach me how to quilt (she taught my mom who taught me), but she did teach me that something as functional as a blanket could also be art as well as a vehicle for charitable support.

Stacy
www.BeadStyleMag.com

Re: 2 Pugs in Hats

But Mom, all the other pups are wearing wind breakers!

Re: Tortoise Hiding

Now, this is what I call a high-fiber diet!

Re: Playful Pup

This time, the hair outran the tortoise.

Re: Sleepy Kitty

What a perfect day for dreamweaving...

Re: Funny Bunny

"Silly rabbit, knits are for kids!"

Re: Crafting Your Personality

I absolutely agree that your craftions reflect your personality! I like to dabble in all kinds of crafts, and I especially enjoy finding ways to combine them. That's because, in any area of my life, I don't like to be pigeonholed or typecasted. I need to be free to create spontaneously in whatever medium I'm in the mood for without having people say, "But that's not what you do!" I also love creating functional items that serve a purpose in my home. That reflects my practical mind and my tendency to nest.

So I guess the moral of the story is keep creating, because no matter what you make, your craftions speak louder than words!

Stacy
www.BeadStyleMag.com