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Creating beauty is my passion! Each person's "aura" is a field of energy and light and can be quite colorful! My books, water color paintings, prints, hand-made tote bags, hand-sewn clothing and knitted items are my way of sharing who I am. I write travel journals about my journeys to Europe and around the US, as well as, music books, sheet music and observations on life's experiences. I compose tunes for harp, piano, fiddle and guitar. As a performing musician, water color artist and former costumer for ballet schools, I know how important it is to wear beautiful garments! My handmade items will add a unique style to your fashion statement. My first experience with fingerless gloves was when I made my first trip to the North of England. Here the landscape is liberally dotted with sheep! The new wool is turned into yarn and many local ladies are busily knitting gloves, sweaters and other items. Fingerless gloves and wrist warmers are…

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  • Born on July 28
  • Joined May 3, 2011

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wool, cotton, tulle, organza, silk, satin, water colours, sable paint brushes

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About

Creating beauty is my passion! Each person's "aura" is a field of energy and light and can be quite colorful! My books, water color paintings, prints, hand-made tote bags, hand-sewn clothing and knitted items are my way of sharing who I am. I write travel journals about my journeys to Europe and around the US, as well as, music books, sheet music and observations on life's experiences. I compose tunes for harp, piano, fiddle and guitar. As a performing musician, water color artist and former costumer for ballet schools, I know how important it is to wear beautiful garments! My handmade items will add a unique style to your fashion statement. My first experience with fingerless gloves was when I made my first trip to the North of England. Here the landscape is liberally dotted with sheep! The new wool is turned into yarn and many local ladies are busily knitting gloves, sweaters and other items. Fingerless gloves and wrist warmers are convenient for farm work and house work, sewing, keeping fingers free while warming the wrists. My grandmother used to place her wrists under cold running water to cool herself in the hot summer weather. She said that if you could cool your wrists, you could cool down your body. Alternatively, if you can warm your wrists, the result can be warming to your body. They have become a fashion statement and are great for sewing, playing piano, playing harp, cooking, driving or texting!

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