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Spent some time thinking about this offering. Always good to review the path of our journey and change direction if needed. /;)
What a crazy two and a half years I have had. I will spare the details, but I’m sure you could say the same thing about your life. We all have crazy times we could share with the world. But is that the only thing you focus on?
There is a saying, “You become your surroundings.” So have you looked around lately to what your surrounded with? It doesn’t have to be a person, or thing. In fact, it can be your own thoughts that are destroying any chance of you moving to a higher place in life. It’s could “Self Talk,” With over 50,000 thoughts a day, how many of those thoughts are positive and uplifting? If you have a difficult situation happening in your life, how much time a day do you “SERVE” to think about it. ?
So when I talk about “New Beginnings”…
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Back from Mental Vacation /;) March 10, 2013Posted by ladywillowtreehouse in Crochet, FiberART, Vintage.
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Yep – gone awhile … such is life, never know what tomorrow will bring … I’m learning to enjoy the adventure, grow from the lessons and treasure the memories. Thanks to all who have posted their much appreciated comments … it’s a pleasure to share what makes my world an enjoyable place, glad it also brightens your days.
Have had several requests to continue posting unique and interesting items, so please join me on a short trip into the past and download a copy to make for someone special. /;)
Remember this cute Crochet Pattern – Doll Baby in a Blanket?
Found the Free Pattern online years ago (in several versions) then it disappeared along with so many others. Suspect the original design idea is from the 40’s. For ease of use compiled the different versions into one PDF document. Have posted here and on Ravelry for access to all who are interested. Currently the designer is listed as unknown – if you know the name/s send me a note and will update the pattern.
Click on the link below to download a copy.
Till next time – have a great year. /;)
LynnJ AKA LadyWillow
11 Foot Cloth from Golden Orb Spider Silk… September 24, 2009Posted by ladywillowtreehouse in FiberART.
A long forgotten Art Craft of Madagascar is being brought to light by Mr. Peers – a British art historian and Mr. Godley – an American fashion designer. Along with a million or so Spiders they have created an unforgettable cloth textile to share with the world.
If you live in Manhattan or plan a visit take time to see this unique cloth at American Museum of Natural History – more info on the SITEs below …
FreeForm FiberArtists 2009 Online Exhibit May 27, 2009Posted by ladywillowtreehouse in FiberART, Needlework.
Each year FreeForm Crochet Guild members are challenged to interpret a theme in any medium and needle work technique they choose. They are also encouraged to write a short piece about their inspiration.
Over 50 International Artists contributed one or more pieces to the 2009 “Four Seasons” Exhibit. Enjoy the previews and then explore the rest of these unique Art Forms on following URLs.
2009 “Four Seasons” Art Sculptures
To review past and present Guild Exhibits click below.
The 2008 Exhibit “Through Our Eyes” was also published in book form, with 100% of the profits donated to help women survivors of war to rebuild their lives. Details on the following URL.
Surprise … May 26, 2009Posted by ladywillowtreehouse in Award.
Received some unexpected gifts this week.
Thanks for the special compliments Renee & Jacob. /;)
Visit her BLOG for Home Cleaning & Meal Recipies
and see her jumbo sized Yarn Bag.
Recycled Crochet Hook Holders May 20, 2009Posted by ladywillowtreehouse in Recycle.
Living Green and Recycling can be fun and creative. Customize your favorite hooks for comfort and be environmentally conscious at the same time. /;)
Examples using empty pens, highlighters and permanent markers.
Old favorites hidden in a drawer till rescued. /;)
eBay discoveries that brighten my collection.
If you’re interested in making your own – click on the file name below for step by step instructions and more examples.
Please be patient it’s a large PDF file and may be slow to open. /;)