A Priest Crafts: Season 2, Episode 1: Beginning to Weave

I finally got around to making another video! With the weaving bug, the video bug came back. Since I’m starting a new learning process, how fun would it be to document that journey with some videos? I’ve gotten lots of joy in recent years from crafting podcasters, so for me to share my process by … More A Priest Crafts: Season 2, Episode 1: Beginning to Weave


I’m not sure exactly how this project happened. As so often happens in my life, I made a series of decisions that seemed logical at the time, which turned into a train of events that took me somewhere completely unexpected. This journey started with a beautiful woven Oscha babywearing wrap that a friend generously gifted … More Linsey-Woolsey


This is how I’ll remember Elisapee. Kind, generous, surrounded by family, being honored and well-cared for. Last week I had the incredible gift of being able to go back to Iqaluit to spend some time with Elisapee and her family during her last few days. She looked very different; I didn’t take pictures of her … More Anaanannguara


There’s nothing like a commission from my kid! Paid in laundry folding, of course. It started with N asking if I could weave a ballerina. “Maybe… can you show me what pose you want the ballerina to be doing?” Well… I think I can do that! What followed was some sketching, and some discussion of … More Collaboration

Strodie is Naughtie

I finished knitting Strodie: the first draft of it, anyway. And I do mean Finished: the ends are woven in and it was blocked. But I’m not sure it’s Done. The Good: the fabric is fabulous. I have loved Madelinetosh Tosh Merino Light for ages, and the Copper Corgi sock yarn was the perfect companion … More Strodie is Naughtie