New new new!
Palaces, bunting and festival costumes come alive in Lisa Congdon’s The Land That Never Was.
And what else? Did someone say vintage wooden spools?
Well, you’ll have to stop by the shop to find out…
worthygoods textile is celebrating all weekend long with Shop Small store-wide sales! Link to those deals here.
How fun is this, folks? A little something for those of us who might have an affinity for fiber. And pens. Ahem. With this guy there won’t be any question as to just whose pen it is. It’s YOURS. And you can find it here.
Look familiar? If you’ve been a fan of worthygoods textile for awhile, you may have seen these before. A little something for your holiday decor, or craft arsenal, or just for the usual hoarding. Find these jolly spools here.
Other wooden do dads have been re-stocked and beefed up. My studio shelves and crates are sighing with the bobbin bounty, I can hear them from here.
More like struck silly with the adorableness of these three spooks by Cortney of indigotwin holiday. Her personality-filled whimsical folk art is handmade in her studio from paper or polymer clay, no molds, folks! Every little detail is one of a kind.
indigotwin holiday‘s Halloween primitives have been featured in Holidays & Celebrations 2013 September issue. Inside you can find an ‘ingredient list’ and instructions to make your own adorable little creeps and lots of other holiday swag. For the body of these little Halloween ghoulies, Cortney has used vintage spools from the shop. Swing on over to indigotwin holiday‘s Etsy shop to get you and your space gussied up for the season.
A new digital download sewing pattern is in the handmade shop! In plenty of time for chilly temps to set in, too. You can use it as an excuse to hit up the local sew shop or keep it green. Most everything about The County ear flap hat is up-cyclable, folks. The hat fabric can be made out of a thrifted wool skirt, shirt, coat; most any garment with wooly tartan-appeal. The cozy lining can be an old fleece jacket that isn’t getting any wear, or you could go organic and put some cuddly organic cotton fleece in there. Top it with an eye-catching button and you’ve got yourself a go-to bitter-weather hat.
Find out more at the worthygoods blog.