what you like




what you like

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Hey all! I’ve been working and there are some new stuffs in my store! Have a look if you care to!!

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On a sofa with wheels

Last weekend, D and I took a trip to to Eastern Oregon on a borrowed Harley Davidson Ultra Glide. It was beautiful and comfortable and wonderful. Probably the best way to have my first long-ish trip en moto. It really was like riding on a sofa with wheels.

I wish I could say that my lack of photos is due to the fact that the camera fell into a toilet in Condon (it did), but that just wouldn’t be true. I was enjoying myself so much that I found it impossible to tear myself away from the moment to try and capture it.

There were a lot of interesting and beautiful moments, most of which deserved to be captured on film, but they are destined to remain in our memories. I did manage to take 2 pictures of us in Ukiah as we were stopped at a park drinking Cheladas in a can and whiskey in a bottle.

D & I In Ukiah, OR

Store Update!

I’ve been a busy worker bee the last few days. My new favorite thing to make are these lovely wallet style circular knitting needle cases. I’ve got a few up in the store and I plan to make a few more this week as well.

Heidimonkey’s Etsy Shop.

They have lots of pockets inside and will fit nicely inside a project bag. I think these would be great for storage and especially for travel!!

2 circs
dot circ 2
How about this vintage fabric? Isn’t it sweet?
vintage circ 1

Oh yeah, and I’ve been doing a bit of spinning between working on needle cases and other projects. The birth of a rainbow as D calls it.
a rainbow is born

Girly enough for ya?




Apron for Julie!

Originally uploaded by heidimonkey

Just finished this apron for my friend Julie. Whoa, the sugary sweetness in this thing makes me feel a little dizzy, but I just couldn’t stop myself!

Her instructions were: pink, lots of pink, and girly. The ties around the neck and waist are also cupcake print and the pocket is made from one of my vintage doilies.