Welcome home, little birds.
What is it about birds that has so charmed the human race? My family always dedicated a substantial corner of our yard to bird feeders, and everyone in our neighborhood had bird houses hanging from the side of their house, or their clotheslines. It seems silly to set out food and shelter for these rather self-sufficient creatures, and yet there is something so charming and familiar about birds. We want to draw them in.
You may not know this, but it has been scientifically proven through several double blind objective studies that felted bird houses are the absolute cutest kind of birdhouses. They’re awfully easy to make, the bottom of the house being nothing more than a garter stitch tube, and the top being no more difficult than the top of a hat. What are you waiting for? Let’s jump into June with this fun Felt-It project. Remember, if you completed last month’s Felt-It project, to please bring in your finished flower to show us and receive ten percent off the materials for this month.
We are also very lucky to have a lovely trunk show from Hill Country Weavers.
Oh my, if that skirt isn’t just everything.
Some truly adorable cell phone cases. We suppose you could easily convert these into finger puppets!
The show is generally scrumptious. We would be lying if we said we haven’t though about trying anything on. Come in to see it for yourself and get inspired!