Close

Tasha Miller Griffith's Profile

About

My six-word memoir is “take stale bread, make French toast.” This pretty much sums up my attitude about life—that most of what you need to be happy, you already have, and you can make it into something beautiful.

I consider myself super lucky to have grown up in a family which encourages and values craftsmanship. My mom made my most of my clothes when I was little, and bread for us, and let me have access to whatever tool and materials I could hold in my little hands, especially needles and thread. My dad’s mother was a weaver and my aunt is a potter and artist, so I thought it was totally normal to have handmade dishes and napkins for everyday use.

It’s my passion to empower more people to make things for themselves. I truly believe that by being makers, we also make our lives better in just about every possible way: more connected, more sustainable, more…

Read more

  • Female
  • Joined November 22, 2009

Favorite materials

wool, felt, cashmere, recycled materials, old wood, silver, lace, fabric, hand printed textiles

Shop

About

My six-word memoir is “take stale bread, make French toast.” This pretty much sums up my attitude about life—that most of what you need to be happy, you already have, and you can make it into something beautiful.

I consider myself super lucky to have grown up in a family which encourages and values craftsmanship. My mom made my most of my clothes when I was little, and bread for us, and let me have access to whatever tool and materials I could hold in my little hands, especially needles and thread. My dad’s mother was a weaver and my aunt is a potter and artist, so I thought it was totally normal to have handmade dishes and napkins for everyday use.

It’s my passion to empower more people to make things for themselves. I truly believe that by being makers, we also make our lives better in just about every possible way: more connected, more sustainable, more grounded, more satisfied, more joyous.

I share inspiration, tips and lots of support for beginning crafters and cooks on my website at tashamillergriffith.com .

My wonderful husband Bryan and I share a home and studio in Flagstaff, Arizona. We also spend a large part of the year on the road with his art photography business (bryandavidgriffith.com), working and eating our way across the country and visiting as many friends as possible. Come by and say hi, either online or in person!

Unfollow username?

Are you sure you want to stop following this person?