Monday, March 29, 2010
A set of three of our handcrafted, all natural and organic solid potions are up for grabs this month!
"Rogue"- Lust and passion formula. Rich, buttery vanilla with tantalizing hints of Turkish coffee, vanilla and spice. Made with real High John root and other Commanding/Dominating herbs, roots, and essential oils. Great for guys!
"Road Opener"- Sandalwood and green citrus notes meld beautifully in this classic Hoodoo formula for removing obstacles in your path.
"Aphrodesia"- A perennial favorite and bestseller! A sensual, exotic floral perfume, designed to increase your personal magnetism and powers of attraction.
All three smell wonderful by themselves or can be layered to suit your spell goal. Retail value= $53.00
To enter, leave a comment on this blog entry, and a winner will be drawn with a nifty random generator on April 12th.
Monday, March 22, 2010
My "I'm avoiding finishing my sweater" projects. A sane woman can only take so much stockinette stitch before she cracks ;)
You can fit a whole ritual set in these bags (give or take the wine and cakes). Each bag is one of a kind, made with my original patterns, and available in our Etsy shop.
Thursday, March 11, 2010
Ah, more knitty stuff and a random update. Made this cabled hat from a wonderful merino cashmere blend from Holly Berry, a lovely, cozy little yarn shop in Old Colorado City. If you are planning on attending the Witch n' Bitch this Sunday and need supplies (hooks, needles, yarn, embroidery thread, etc) here's the short list:
Needleworks by Holly Berry- they answer my dumb questions. (2409 West Colorado Avenue)
Green Valley Knitters and Weavers- Gorgeous, locally sheared, spun, and hand dyed yarn, as well as commercially produced yarn and roving, spindles, spinning wheels and a nice book selection. (2115 W. Colorado Ave)
Yarn Outlet -my personal fave. Great staff and lux yarn on the cheap. (416 S 8th St)
Hope to see you on Sunday!
Monday, March 1, 2010
Hey there, not a lot going on in the magical front; it's the end of winter here in the Rockies, about that time of year when it feels as if spring is taking it's sweet time.
I've been busily crafting, working on a few new things for the shop, but mostly deep in the heart of knitting goodies for friends and loved ones. Ravelry may be the greatest thing since sliced bread.
The top photo is a baby sweater for a friend, expecting a wee little girl in a few months, and the bottom photo is the first of many Jayne Cobb hats. It's cunning, see? ;)
Witch n' Bitches are ongoing, so if you want to get your crafty on, check our Facebook fan page for the latest news on location (every Sunday, but coffee shops vary).
Hope you all are well!