« my world explodes in color | Main | owls and acorns and liberty, oh my »

October 20, 2009


Feed You can follow this conversation by subscribing to the comment feed for this post.


These last two posts are making me smile. I think publishers out there should be taking note of the beauty you're creating with a little help from Mother Nature. Isn't it time for a Resurrection Fern book?!!!

Wish I could help with the stones - can't wait until you can reveal the project.

Mathyld / encore petite

Ooooh !
Magical !
x x x

FlowerBeads and more...

Hello, my name is Bärbel and I'm from germany. I live nearby the river rhine. If you like, I can get you a stone from the amazing river Rhine. It will be a pleasure for me and my daughter to search and send you a stone or two. Never mind the shipping costs.

Every morning, I first have a look at your blog and I love everything I see and read. It makes my day, the rest of day is bonus. It's your debt, that I unpacked the crochethooks, sewing machine and the knittingneedles. Over 25 years the things were'nt used.

Very kind and best wishes from Germany Bärbel


Poetic, refreshing, lovely, your posts are always different ...
I can't wait to know more about this mysterious and exciting "special project" !!!
In the meantime, I'm sending you an e-mail concerning your need in stones ...
Wish you a colorful autum day !


Hi there. I live on the Coast of Maine and there is this perfect beach known for their smooth stones. My little ones and I have collected them every time we go there. When I found your shop, your stones reminded me of that beach =) I'll send some pics later this week to see if that is what you are looking for =)

Wonderful blog, always a pleasure. -K


looking forward to seeing your VERY SPECIAL, VERY BIG project... i'm wondering if lake rocks would be good? here in Minnesota it's the land of 10,000+ lakes, i'm planning a trip up north to lake Superior the first week of March, so it will be too late for your current project, but i'll have a look & see what i can find, you never know... have a great day !

Healing Hillary

particularly enjoy the color of the red cabbage photos...that little fishy looks perfectly happy swimming there.

wish i could be of help with smooth stones. looking forward to the unveiling of the very big project.



We have tons of smooth stones from the lake, but they're all quite flat and pear like... not sure if their big enough, either. Do you remember from you visit if they'd work? If so I'll nab Pat and we'll go foraging.Yay for BIG projects! Love the sound of that!


hmm... there are lots of rocks around here too, but i'm wondering if any of them would be flat enough. i'll investigate over the next few days!
p.s. those cabbage-leaf-bowls are brilliant. is there anything cabbage can't do?

The comments to this entry are closed.


Blog powered by Typepad

Flickr Badge

  • www.flickr.com
    This is a Flickr badge showing photos in a set called handmade by me. Make your own badge here.

crafty crow contributor

Creative Commons