One of my goals for last year was to be published in this beautiful magazine. I completed three projects last April based on bioluminescent animals for a fall issue of the magazine with the theme” Into the Dark”. However, the magazine had to cut the article for room–but, next month, you’ll see one of the projects, “Fish Face” in Cloth Paper Scissors! Here’s the cover for the issue my project is in!
Make yourself something fun!! I’ve got a 25% off coupon active in my Etsy store right now. Save on anything in the store! Use code: MIDWINTERBLUES. Happy creating!
Have you wanted to make one of my patterns, but weren’t sure where to get the materials? You can find kits and those eye fibers I use for beautiful eyes in my Etsy store. I’ve recently listed kits for Swirly Turtle, Tibit Hapennies or Trolls, owl barrettes and the newest kits, Fergus MacTavish Goes to London and Fergus MacTavish A gift For Momma. Check them out here!
The first three Fergus MacTavish patterns are ready!!! I’ve listed them in my Etsy shop and will be adding them to Craftsy and Patternmart tomorrow. Each pattern contains not only the project but a colorful watercolor illustration and part of Fergus’s story. Collect all the patterns and don’t miss a bit of Fergus’s adventure!
As a bonus, send me a SASE to Attn: Fergus MacTavish, PO Box 386, South Sutton, NH 03221 and I’ll send you a Fergus MacTavish pin! Click on the photos below for the Etsy listing!
I’ve been working on special illustrations for my Fergus MacTavish line of sewing patterns. I’m almost ready to debut the first three patterns! Here’s a sneak peek at one of the illustrations. Each pattern will contain part of Fergus’s story and I’m really excited to share them with you guys!
Perhaps one of your resolutions is to read more in the coming year? Let me help you out! For every copy of Hapenny Magick or Tangled Magick purchased in January I will send you a FREE copy of the Hapenny Herald which includes news from the Wedge, a crossword puzzle to challenge your Wedge knowledge, recipes and advertisements. Don’t miss out on the fun! Be sure to include in your Paypal invoice who you’d like me to sign the book for or just in general. Have a magickal new year!
Or save and buy both books!
Tis’ the season for being thankful and making presents for those you love! I’m very thankful that my lovely customers keep me busy doing what I love and to prove it, I’ve made this wonderful little gift pattern for you. The pattern below makes a 2-3/4″ long owl that you can put on a barrette, add to a package, or make into a pin. It’s all hand sewn and goes together in about 10 minutes, so it makes a great small gift item. I’ve also got kits in my Etsy store if you need the materials. Happy creating!
Magick, Come to Life!
What do you do when you’re the village’s tiniest resident, and all odds seemed stacked like a tower of trolls against you? Call on your friends…and a little magick!
Fans of New Hampshire author Jennifer Carson’s charming adventure story, Hapenny Magick, will soon be able to be a part of Maewyn’s world! The New Hampshire premiere production of Hapenny Magick, the musical, has been scheduled! Join us for a wild ride through the Wedge with Maewyn, her wizard friends Callum and Aletta, as they try to save Mae’s best friend, Leif, from becoming dinner for a couple of nasty trolls. Full of whimsy and a gentle humor, Hapenny Magick is a delightful story of joy, wonder, courage, and perfect for the whole family!
Performances will be held at the Warner Town Hall, Warner, NH on April 1st and 2nd 2016. Audition dates are December 12 and 13, 2015 from 1-4pm at the meeting room at the Pillsbury Library in Warner, NH. Have a song prepared to sing and expect to read some scenes from the script. We are looking for actors, singers, dancers, and puppeteers from age 8-88!! We have parts for everyone. Rehearsals will be held at the Warner Town Hall on Mondays and Wednesdays starting in late January.
Hapenny Magick is being produced in conjunction with SKIT, the Sunapee Kearsarge Intercommunity Theater.
For previews of the show music visit this page.
To contact the composer, William Ogmundson, visit http://www.williamogmundson.com/.