There’s a chill in the air. You’re sitting on a rocking chair, holding a steaming cup of coffee between your hands as you look out of your cabin’s porch and towards the mountains. You stay warm because of that coffee, but also because of this beautiful shawl we call “The Pendleton.” Orrr …. perhaps BethContinue reading “A Little Bit of Yellowstone, A Little Bit of Chic”
If there’s one thing that the 2020 pandemic has taught us, it’s that we should support each other, especially small business owners. This was the premise that a local refurbishing furniture company, The Scrap Yard, used to organize the Westfield Artisan Market. The Westfield Artisan Market was designed to encourage, develop and support entrepreneurs andContinue reading “The Westfield Artisan Market”
As much as I love working with wool, I also love a little bling. Sometimes, I’ll be walking through the aisles of Goodwill and a little flash will catch my eye. I had to come up with something fun to do these fabrics.
Fact: I love sheep. But, I don’t own sheep. I would like to think it’s obvious, if you see my adorable sheep logo and the fact that I love using products from sheep. I love the uniqueness of the different curls and textures of sheep’s wool, and I love to use it in my needleContinue reading “I Love Sheep”
As much as I love to create needle felted artwork from my own imagination, I love to take on custom creations to bring a customer’s vision to life! This holiday season I have had a good handful of custom orders that I’m busily working on, but I wanted to share some orders that I haveContinue reading “Custom Order: Simba from The Lion King”
When I started All Wooled Up, it was because I wanted to share my unique art with my friends and family. What became a hobby is now a passion of mine, and I love to see the smiles on people’s faces when they see what kind of magic fiber can do. I love to doContinue reading “Support Small Business: Order Custom Gifts from All Wooled Up”
One of the funniest expressions I tend to get from viewers of my fiber art comes from when I tell them that sometimes I use dog hair in my needle felting.
It’s so important for small businesses to support one another, especially in special niches such as the equine industry. So, when the online radio show, Horses in the Morning, invited me to speak as part of their equine artist spotlight last week, I was excited. If you haven’t heard of Horses in the Morning, andContinue reading “Horses in the Morning Radio Show”
We are all aware of the devastating effects the COVID-19 pandemic had had on the health of the world. It’s also affecting the economy in crippling ways. All Wooled Up has seen firsthand the effects of the government’s “Stay at Home” orders. First, our booth at The Farmhouse Market in Greenwood, Ind., has been closedContinue reading “COVID-19 Cancelling Fiber Events”
Each skein of yarn is handpicked to compliment with texture and color.