About the MobWell, really it's a mob of one, but you get the idea. I'm just me, in Hotlanta, but through me there are many others (yes, we are numerous), and we have teh pointy sticks (fear them), and besides that, we make pretty things. Mostly.
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Monthly Archives: May 2011
Hang in there a bit longer – I’ve been working on a big bookbinding project. I promise posts once it’s done and I have more time free!
I learned a valuable lesson this weekend: go to the Renaissance Festival on a cooler day. You will feel better and also save money on bottled water. (Did you know the RenFest has a monopoly on water? They do. If … Continue reading
I do not know that you realized the risk associated with training the cat to sit on your shoulder. Yes, he is an adorable, fuzzy pirate accessory. And yes, he does seem to like it. However, there is this: “AH … Continue reading
This will be short and sweet. 1. I am a designer. Designers are beginning to need to design things for iPads (even me, actually). 2. I am not made of money. 3. This is a perfect solution. Provided I’m that … Continue reading
Do not fear, gentle reader! I did do the requisite S&W shopping. And here are my purchases: Silk, merino and cashmere blend roving from Creatively Dyed Yarns. We hit this booth up first every year. I brought some yarn from … Continue reading
Day the last. OKAY. So. Sunday was Mother’s Day and while my own mother lives rather far away, I was rather near to WH’s mom and his grandmother, so we woke up bright and early and went out with them … Continue reading
In which we actually go to the Sheep and Wool festival. We got up all bright and early and, eschewing a wholesome breakfast in favor of delicious bagels (vacation is carte blanche for that). The first year we went, it … Continue reading
Which is why you get it in installments! Lo, here is day one of the yearly fiber adventure! In which we misestimate how long it takes to get from Atlanta to Maryland, and have some lady-type adventures on the way. … Continue reading
I do a lot of complaining about my iPhone’s photo quality. Now, I recognize that the iPhone is a wonderful piece of technology, and I am thrilled at being able to tweet the random things I see on the road … Continue reading