Tina Baker's Profile

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I love all kinds of crafting. I mostly crochet and am learning the art of spinning and dying wool. I have an angora goat and an Icelandic sheep that I am using as my guinea pigs in my spinning and dyeing adventures. Most of my crocheted items are made from patterns I have purchased or found for free on ravelry. Occasionally I come up with something on my own, but I don't like to waste time trying to come up with something when I can find the pattern already perfected by someone else. If you want to know the pattern maker of any of my creations, I will be happy to tell you so you can buy the pattern from them yourself. Eventually I would love to set up a small shop in the smoke house behind my house to sell handmade items made by myself and some of my friends. You may also occasionally see handmade knives by my husband on my page. He enjoys spending time in his garage making hunting knives, bows, arrows, axe handles and many other items…

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  • Joined July 9, 2009

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currently Yarn and wool roving

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About

I love all kinds of crafting. I mostly crochet and am learning the art of spinning and dying wool. I have an angora goat and an Icelandic sheep that I am using as my guinea pigs in my spinning and dyeing adventures. Most of my crocheted items are made from patterns I have purchased or found for free on ravelry. Occasionally I come up with something on my own, but I don't like to waste time trying to come up with something when I can find the pattern already perfected by someone else. If you want to know the pattern maker of any of my creations, I will be happy to tell you so you can buy the pattern from them yourself. Eventually I would love to set up a small shop in the smoke house behind my house to sell handmade items made by myself and some of my friends. You may also occasionally see handmade knives by my husband on my page. He enjoys spending time in his garage making hunting knives, bows, arrows, axe handles and many other items. He crafts them mostly out of found or discarded wood, animal bone and metal, so in his own way he is recycling them. Items come from a smoke free (well, we have a wood stove), pet friendly home. I store my items in plastic bins, but if you are highly allergic, I suggest you don't make a purchase. all crocheted and felted items should be hand washed in cold water only. I hope you enjoy looking.
Tina and Tom Baker

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