to celebrate the publication of my new book


Our colorful 1751 farmhouse will be open to the public. On view will be many of the projects that are featured in Crafting A Pattern Home along with many other things I have made over the years.

This event will be a celebration of the handmade. I hope the day will inspire you to add some pattern and color to your home.

The event is FREE. Books will be available along with some other things I have made. For more information and directions, see the EVENTBRITE PAGE HERE. Although tickets are not mandatory, it will help me get a count to know what to expect. Hope to see you here in western Massachusetts in May.

Tuesday, February 19, 2008

Me at Craft Sanity

I had the pleasure of speaking with Jennifer Ackerman-Haywood - the Creator of the Podcast Craft Sanity a couple of Saturdays ago. What a lovely woman - smart, out-going, and doing a really good thing for all things crafty.

Jennifer just posted our interview on her site. It's podcast #70 for her. Click on over and listen to our conversation. There's even a free pdf download of my potholder pattern from my book Colorful Stitchery. Enjoy.

Click here for Craft Sanity Podcast #70.


kathy in juneau said...

I've been lurking for awhile, enjoying your blog and gorgeous photos, but I have to "come out" to tell you how delightful it was to hear you today!

Thanks for the inspiration!

AmyS said...

I listened to the podcast this morning, which is how I found your blog. I love what you do. You have really inspired me, and I hope to get ahold of your books and start experimenting more with some of your ideas.

jmbmommy said...

LOVED your interview...can't wait to see the book!

Anonymous said...

I bought your book and really enjoyed it; I also really liked the interview on CraftSanity (which I also really enjoy listening to). Your background is really interesting and I admire the way you have made a life out of crafting and the way you inspire others. Thanks for doing the interview!

Connie said...

Great interview. It covered so much ground and it was so interesting to hear about how the yarn design process worked both past and present.