hello Turkey.

These two fine feathered friends, ridiculous and sweet, are ready for the Thanksgiving Feast.

Robert, a friend, collector, and maker of things, requested a few of these happen again this year. His turkey from way back in 2011, needed a lady friend. And so it goes: more turkeys. Every time I make these they make me laugh. They're so ridiculous they become altogether charming. These two are looking for homes. You'll find them in the shop today. 

Hope you're Thanksgiving is filled with loved ones all around. XXXJM

PS: I just realized I forgot to put they're bow on... ok, that's got to happen before they jump into boxes. hahah.


Two New-

These two turkeys on my windowsill will be in the shop tomorrow! Just in time...



I love how weird and funny these guys are. She's got a bonnet, top hats are in the works, and two other colors are happening now... the turkey feast is just around the corner. Let's be ready.


the Evening Workshop opens for the season!

It's been a long time, far too long since I posted here. I don't expect many of you are still out there, but never the less as I'm still around, and still when the mood strikes- making things, then you can't totally count me out just yet.

It's that time of year. The snow has fallen and it's dark around... 4:30? Yes, that's about right. So it's time to make dinner, get the kids tucked into their beds, and come into the studio for a little fun. Last night was the first of many to come, when I made one bear.  One bear. That's it, but compared to what I've been doing with the Polka Dot Club, which is so similar but so different, making a very little bear feels all new. I'm excited about things to come. I hope you are too.