Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Dogwood is Blooming!!!

Dogwood is in bloom! How I love it!

You can find this e-pattern (and others)
at our ETSY store ~ just click here

Have a wonderful day!

Thursday, January 1, 2015

Happy 2015!!!!!!

So much happened in 2014, and although I could say that I was happy to see it end,
I can honestly say it was a good year, and I am grateful for the experiences.
But seriously, isn't that the way it is each year?

I've really "fine-tuned" the direction of Pinetree Studios ~ yes there are still
more than one distinct "studios" in my studio!
Lots of down-sizing as "they" say and I am quite happy with the results!
BUT . . .  I am always allowed to change my mind!!!!

So, lots of new fabric designs in the works already,
e-patterns, finished designs, and kits too.

A new line of embellishments.

A new line of artwork.

It's going to be a fun, full, fantastic year!

Have an awesome day!!!!
See you soon!

Monday, September 15, 2014

Time to start thinking ahead . . .

I don't usually post about things like this, but it has really made
me stop and think ~ I DO need to post this.

My husband and I, and my daughter and her family (who live nearby), have been
threatened by a fire only a few miles away from us.

James, my son-in-law, is a Wild Land Fire Fighter and when
he said, "Please head down the hill." Well, let me just say,
we didn't hesitate! Both families are back in their homes now
and safe, as long as the wind blows away from us.

The reason for this post is this, DO NOT for a moment think that you
are always safe from any type of disaster/destruction, whether it
is from a natural force or a human force. We are ALL susceptible.

So . . .
** Make sure that you have a list to help you grab stuff you need or just plain want.
 ** Make sure that you have photos of your belongings for the insurance company.
With info and current replacement value.
** Put your photos and data files stored in three different places
(online is a good choice for one of those places).
** Think now about how you are going to file your taxes if all of
your records are destroyed, because guess what ~ you still have to file.
** Don't be lazy ~ put documents and those small, precious items you are not using
in a fire proof, lock box. If you can grab that and go, that's best.
If not, at least it might survive whatever you are facing.

There are always other things to think about ~ so if you have a suggestion
please post it in a comment.

Thanks for listening ~ please prepare.

Taken looking over my roof. Just three miles away.

Taken from Union Valley Dam

Saturday, September 13, 2014

Halloween is getting closer . . .

This is by far my most favorite time of the year.
I LOVE the colors and I really have the most wonderful memories
of doing special things with my family while I was
growing up ~ pumpkins, decorations, costumes, "trick or treating."

We have listed some creations at our ETSY store
so please go take a look.

Sunday, August 24, 2014

Art for The Forgotten Wall

Well, we have been busy!!!!! Look what's new!

Art for The Forgotten Wall

 "Art for The Forgotten Wall" is a concept developed to enhance those small spaces
throughout your home. We originally designed these pieces to decorate
the 5" walk through space that separates rooms. Then we discovered that
these pieces can decorate any wall, shelf, desk, refrigerator, mirror, window, etc.


Please visit our ETSY Store!

Thank you for your interest!

Thursday, June 19, 2014

Really having fun!!!

Gary and I are in a totally wonderful
design mode.

Can't tell you what it is yet. Hopefully within
a week or two!!!!

So have a wonderful couple of weeks,
we will be silent until then!

Wednesday, May 21, 2014

Yippee, my Zenergy Bundle is here!!!

My very own bundle of National Nonwovens
Zenergy Collection Bundle has a arrived!!

Now, to start designing!!!!!!

Fabulous colors!

If you have never worked with National Nonwovens WoolFelt
you really should give it a go.

It stands against time and use, very soft, beautiful colors,
and what is really wonderful is that you can
actually manipulate the degree of "felting."

Have any questions? Ask me and I'll answer the best I can.

Have a wonderful day and thanks for stopping by!