We kick off #FINDERBINDERS with a new season, and a new #CAPTAINSLOG . Where I talk about the importance of why things lost in the earth should be recovered as soon a possible. Not everything lasts in the ground forever. I posted it on facebook if you would like to read it completely. I will share the link for good measure.
I will also share the text below for my instagram friends. Cheers and #Happyhunting
Be on the look out for the latest update from #FINDERBINDERSMETALDETECTING
Haberdashery obsessives welcome anytime. We are a safe haven for those facing judgement and disapproving looks from non-crafty family members who just don’t understand. #haberdashery#buttons#rightroyalkneesup
Day 25 is what’s new in the shop.... I’m always creating new things in the last month I’ve added bookmarks, petal drawstring bags and rag dolls. Also always picking up little bits and pieces for what can you find bags #makersgonnamake#smallbusiness#shopsmall#sewing#fabric#buttons#beads . .day 26 is my support system is my extended family and friends they are always in support and buying from me when they need gifts. Also all the other small shops that follow and comment and interact it means the world to be among so many great artists and makers #maymeetthemugglemaker#meetthemugglemaker @themarketingmuggles
A teeeeny tiny cardigan for Penelope 😍 her dress is blocking now, and I’m knitting more clothes as we speak! Swipe to see all the mini-skeins I have caked up to turn into little outfits ❤️❤️ Okay and a serious question about blocking- what kind of blocking pins do you use? I’m using some Dritz nickel plated steel pins that say they are corrosion resistant.. but I can see that they are tarnished where they hold my fabrics down. And they left brown discolorations on this tiny blue sweater in a couple places 😕
Do I need to seek out different pins? What do you use, and do you have this issue ever?