Crumble has the right idea.
Well here is the first snowman of the year. I just felt like knitting him up today. So here he is.
I love snowmen and have a collection of anything connected with them.
This is a really beautiful piece. I wish my beading looked like this!
Today we’re visiting with Sarah Sequins, “a jewelry designer and artist obsessed with all things sparkly.” Sarah hosts the popular blog Saturday Sequins, where she shares her works in progress, creative inspiration, laughs, and smiles. She is also writing an ebook, but we’ll get to that in a minute. First, let’s talk about bead weaving, bead embroidery, and working with sequins.
Museiddity: Hi Sarah! I’ve been happily following your blog for awhile now; eagerly awaiting each week’s inspiring post and pics of your latest masterpiece. How did you become interested in sequins and beading?
Sarah: Hi, Robyn! Thank you so much for featuring me! I’m excited that you’ve started this new blog.
When I look back, I can’t think of a time when I wasn’t interested in sparkly things. I started collecting them before I even knew what to do with them!
The first time I thought of sequins…
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It was meant to be an outing for wool buying but I bought a craft book instead. Oh well there’s always tomorrow!