New Cotton Throw Designs
The “Moon Moth” cotton throw blanket I designed last year was such a success that I have decided to add a couple of new designs to my offerings. I now have Moth and Blossoms and Pink Dynastid Beetle designs available for preorder. These blankets are made of recycled cotton fiber in North Carolina by a…
New Cotton Throw Design
I had such a wonderful experience earlier this year working with Fiber Art Weavers on the moon moth throw blanket that I decided to design another. This 62×62″ recycled cotton throw features barn swallows and a golden sunflower. You can preorder the sunflowers and swallows design now in my shop, with an expected ship time of early…
Recycled Cotton Moth Throw
I’m very excited to offer these sustainably-made, US-produced “Moon Moth” cotton throws in my shop. Made of 75% recycled fiber and machine washable, they get softer with use and measure 54×72″. I’m only stocking a limited number, so learn more and order HERE.
Almost ten years ago I created an illustration of the proverb “How Do You Eat an Elephant? One Bite at a Time.” My father had been ill, and in and out of the hospital, and my stepmother quoted it one day when we were all gathered together talking… it’s about realizing that it’s a marathon,…
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