Yep. I’m doing my taxes, folks. So, in an attempt to balance out all the negative energy around here I’m having a sale. On everything. All of the things at worthygoods textile are on sale. Just ’cause. Between this sale, the caramel in my coffee and my Pandora 80’s radio station, I’ve just given this previously-drudgey weekend a Dory-style makeover. Yep, Debbie Debb and I are singing the same song, “Look out weekend, cause here I come. Because weekends were made for fun.”
Take that tax paperwork monster.
Now you’ve got 80’s prices, Pat Benetar hair and caffeine buzz.
What would Valentine’s Day be without a stack of eye-roll inducing, pun-laden notes?
Only worth the candy that came with the cards, that’s what.
I love a good pun. Let’s be honest. I love the bad ones, too. So, I’ll be clear and just state that aside from the general lovey-mush, Valentine’s day is my perfect combination of crafty and silly. This year I’ve been inspired to step away from the doilies and glue stick, though.
Biased against sewing puns this Valentines’?
Prepare to get needled.
Before you roll your eyes at this thread, check out my inspiration. Studio Carta has put together a clever idea here with some simple ingredients: wooden spools, paper and twine. I’m taking a bit of the romance out of this notion and putting my own punny twist on it. Darn, you knew this was coming, right? Seriously. Well, not seriously, just seriously silly. A hem.
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.
These are new, too.
Or rather new-ish.
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.