I love pink and brown antique quilts. I saw this quilt online and was drawn into its beauty and style. You can read more about this 1832 baby quilt here. This color combination never fails to transport me to another era. It inspired me to create a batch of new marbleized wool colors. Continue reading
A few days ago I posted about how to make use of small scraps of linen backing fabric, and showed you this design on my frame. Here is my finished Little Leaf design.
As a thank you to my blog readers,
you may download and print the pattern Continue reading
Have you ever heard someone pick gray as their favorite color? Maybe it is because my hair has gone completely in that direction that I have come to appreciate what a good neutral can do for you. Now, gray may not be the first thing I blurt our when someone asks me what my favorite color is, but I have come to really love the color gray. Continue reading
Here is a photo essay of old sewing
boxes from my collection.
I am grunging up some tags in my dye kitchen today. Continue reading
I started a new pair of socks. I was going to use something from my stash, however I was shopping in our local craft store and happened to meander through the yarn section. Continue reading
Linen and other backing fabrics for rug hooking are too expensive to waste. Here is an idea for making good use of a piece of backing fabric that is large enough to fit your design, but is not large enough to be stretched onto your frame. I will also be posting the hooked design as a free pattern in a few days. You will get a sneak peek of the pattern today. Continue reading
I am ready to take your order here at Primitive Spirit. Here is the desk where I fill orders. My dad was getting rid of this tiny old drawer and I thought it would make a great storage box. He saw dirty junk Continue reading
I just finished the socks that I showed you several weeks ago. I have enjoyed knitting with this wool and cotton colorway from Online. Continue reading