About

I love sewing, knitting, crocheting, and photography, and I have so much fun seeing what other crafters and fiber artists are up to.

My home is my favourite place on earth and it is there that I create things to sell via Etsy.

Thanks for checking my blog out!

As for those who have inquired in this section about the little grey bag in the mosaic photo above, you can now find that pattern in my shop here:

http://www.lilibethsgarden.etsy.com

20 thoughts on “About

  1. Hello! LOVE your bags. And it’s inspiring to know you taught yourself! Have you considered selling your bag patterns? Because I would sure buy them!

  2. I love your websites! Thanks for sharing ..I am so inspired and hooked onto crochet and knitting (pun intended).

    You are very talented and an excellent model as well:)

    Go Canada!

    M

  3. Hey as a completely random question :-) how do you change your avatar pic on wordpress?? It’s driving me crazy!

  4. I hear ya, I have to figure it out every time!! You’re lucky, I just did it the other day! :-)

    Let’s see, get to your Dashboard, then on the left side of the page, click on Users, then Your Profile, then change your Gravatar.

  5. Hi Carol. I still have yet to complete/publish the pattern for it. Hopefully life will be slowed down somewhat during the winter months and I can finally get it done!

  6. the bag that is in your header (the beautiful grey one with the toggle button closure and embroidered pink flowers.) Do you sell that pattern or may I ask where you found it if it’s not your creation?
    Thanks so much
    ~Davida

  7. Heidi, Where can I find the pattern and yarn for the pretty scarf you are wearing that is lavender, green shades, with the lace design?
    Thanks! Sue

    • Hi Sue! The yarn is Noro Kureyon (colorway 188, 2 skeins). The pattern is just a stitch I used from the book, “The Knitter’s Bible”. I didn’t record how many stitches I cast on or which stitch pattern it was! …Okay, did a little investigating through the book and looking at the scarf. It looks like I used the “dainty chevron” lace stitch, 3 repeats. I’ll copy out the instructions in another email. :)

      Heidi

  8. Just wanted to say that this is a lovely blog – I have really enjoyed having a look around :) It was made even nicer because of your blog name – it reminds me of my sister who sometimes gets called that!

  9. thanks heidi for the comment, likes and following my blog.
    i luv seeing your work here, the photographs and especially your knitting designs, the bags, that was lovely! :)

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