Wonderful Autumn Days...




I have been enjoying the season and the cooler, rainy weather. Did I mention I love rainy days? They put me in a creative mood but for the last few months I have been trying to heal a bad right arm which makes creating difficult.

I did this cloth, handpainted Thanksgiving Lady sitting in a rusty can for our dining table back in the year 2000 when I was having fun painting and doing Ebay. She is again gracing our table this year and she brings back sweet memories of the good old days. I can already smell the turkey roasting and pies baking in the oven! I know it's early, but...HAPPY THANKSGIVING!

Hibernating

I have been hibernating as of late.  Check out my At Home With Edna blog to see details about the new pillows I made.


A listing on Ebay

Gone are the glory days of Ebay, but I have recently found myself returning there to list in hopes of reviving those fun and exciting times.

I am in the process of downsizing and I currently have a listing for my Paris Cage Doll.  She is one of a kind and from my private collection.  You will find her listed HERE ON EBAY.  Thank you for your interest.


New *Instant Download* EPattern Release


I am still redecorating and reorganizing my Studio/Nest. It was like Christmas when I found several boxes of my sketches and patterns from a few years ago. Here is my latest pattern from unfinished work in 2008...can you tell I'm running a wee bit behind?

This instant download epattern was inspired by a vintage postcard.
Available in my Etsy Shop - THE SMIDGEN SHOP

2014

I will be spending much of 2014 working on our home.  You will be able to keep up with what is going on if you head on over to my At Home With Edna blog...

Hoosier Cabinet Redo


I have been busy redoing my old Hoosier cabinet. I have had this cabinet for over twenty eight years and it was old, old when I bought it.  It has been many colors.  I painted it black about three years ago but now I'm going back to white.  I love the way it turned out with white paint and new brushed nickel with porcelain insert handles.  On to the next project...