About…

This is a sporadic blog about my creative efforts. I love my day job but do dream of having time to spend time developing my skills and finding a way to make a living doing this!

Most people are surprised that I knit and very few people know about my altered book and paper art fascination. On the outside, I seem like a very driven professional executive and hence, the title of my blog: the unlikely crafter.

Photos can be seen in my Flickr collection.

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3 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Ellie  |  February 22, 2008 at 7:19 pm

    Hello Carol

    You were right about the Karma.
    Had my handbag returned to me today. II days later but hey, I’m grateful – it was my fault for being silly enough to leave it.

    I wouldn’t ever hurt a living thing on purpose – there are lots of (hardened) bleached starfish lying around that have been washed up by the tide. I don’t need to hurt a moving one.

    Ellie

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  • 2. Joyce Kierejczyk  |  April 1, 2008 at 6:46 am

    Hello

    Just read your blog, found out you were in the bay area so I started reading.
    Wow. I went to the Depot a few weeks ago and bought all kinds of yarns, rubber stamps and pad, and glass hearts. What a coincidence.
    Since I live in Fresno, I on;y get up to the Depot a few times a year,but it always such a rush to find treasures. Then to have lunch at Bake Sale Betty’s mades the day complete.
    Nice to hear your story…
    Joyce

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  • 3. jurassic  |  April 14, 2008 at 6:32 pm

    Thanks for your comments! Fresno is a long drive but in the summer, you should come more often–but bring a sweater 😉

    Reply

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