Monday, December 6, 2010

Handmade Holiday - 2010

a so sweet felt camera from Aux Demilunes

primitive table runners from The Blessed Hearth

wool blanket from Moment to Moment
(also some other great repurposing ideas)

Hand embroidered cards from the Knitty Gritty Homestead

a quick knit headband from Blue Skies Dragonflies

Warm wishes for a week filled with peace and lots of handwork,


  1. Oh I just love the headband! That felt camera is so cute too.
    Thanks for the inspiration Tonya. :-)

  2. Such beautiful gifts. There will be many blessed gift givers and recipients in the coming weeks. And the camera!!! I've been toying with HOW to make a camera for the littles but was stuck because all I could think of was using wood. Felt! Brilliant.

    Blessings and light...

  3. That headband is awesome. I am loving all of the wonderful handmades. We are really stepping it up at our house now.
    We made a few edible Christmas ornaments and there is a lot of knitting in my future! Thanks for sharing!
    Peace, Angela

  4. I always look forward to your Handmade Holiday posts. This one imparticular is such a beautiful collection of wonderful things!

  5. These are beautiful handmade pieces. I love the repurposed wool blanket! I've been wanting to make one for awhile - looks so very cozy!

  6. Love those! I especially like the felt trees.

  7. Beautiful! I am going to have to try those felt trees!

  8. Lovely things. The quilt is my very favourite. Also, I won't put a comment on your giveaway as the postage to Scotland would probably be exorbitant if by some chance I won - but please tell your neighbours that our family LOVES maple syrup. Last Christmas our newly-independent son was delighted to be given a bottle of maple syrup. "Oh yes!" he said, "Do you know how much this costs?" - as if maple syrup had just appeared in the cupboard by magic all these years. :-)

  9. I love those Christmas trees! What a wonderful way to celebrate the season. Thank you for putting this list together.

  10. thanks for showing my camera!
    somehow I missed the post (I slept at my mom last week...) Those trees are great! :)