Archive for: Fibre & Needle Crafts

Apr 16th, 2010

Friday Fragments

Hosted by Mrs4444. Time for a Friday Fragments brain dump. Lots of little bits of dubious value thrown together to masquerade as a post. When you’ve read mine you might like to head on over to Half-Past Kissin’ Time and see what other all the other fabulous Friday Fragmenters have on offer. The kids have […]

Apr 10th, 2010

Stuff I’m selling

I’ve given up on me ever using my Etsy shop and have decided to go with selling stuff straight from my blog. I’ve put the tablet weaving up and there’ll be jewellery coming soon. Details and pricing can be found on my shop page, Made by Mim. Currently woven and ready to go – can […]

Mar 22nd, 2010

New stuff, some made, some bought

Every Monday night this term Adam has been taking himself off to pottery classes. Tonight, on the way home from the Discover Mahler concert we stopped off at his teacher’s home to pick up his finished pieces. 1. Decorated tiles, 2. Frog on a leaf, 3. Wol, 4. Dragon lidded pot, 5. Pot and lid […]

Oct 7th, 2009

Beorgwic was…wet

We left home rather later than we had intended for our trip to Beorgwic, the annual event hosted by the Ancient Arts Fellowship at the Danelaw property in the Southern Highlands. As we drove south I tweeted my fear that we would be putting the tent up in the rain, what I didn’t quite anticipate […]

Aug 30th, 2009

Here, have some crafty type stuff

Adam made me an arm guard for archery, since he made it I’ve only hit myself with the string once, no more huge dramatic bruises for me! I’ve been doing some more tablet weaving, I’m still experimenting with patterns and I’m kind of wishing that the 5.8m batch was a bit more interesting. This took […]

Aug 4th, 2009

Seems I haven’t forgotten how

On Sunday we headed out to North Richmond for a Huscarls training and crafting day. Tom was all set to spend the day weaving, so I decided I should break out the tablet weaving loom and get back into doing that for the first time since October last year. The only question was, would I […]