Tuesday, May 15, 2007


Here are some of the things I have made for the stamping class that I teach once a month. I love stamping, and I am thankful for my monthly class because it makes me create and learn new things that I can teach the girls, and keep the class interesting

This is one of the Christmas cards I made for last year. :)

This was a card for our grandson on his 15th birthday.
This is a little photo album I made. I have a BindItAll machine that punches for the binding and does the wire binding. I love it, and I love the way my little album turned out.

How about some jewelry?

I have just recently become interested in jewelry making, and have really enjoyed what I have made. This is just a few of the necklace sets I have made, and I will get some more pictures taken later of some of the other sets I have made. I had the pleasure of donating 3 sets to our church building fund auction, and one of the sets went for $50.00. I was thrilled! I am now working with 14k gold wire, and sterling silver wire. I love lots of metal in my jewelry. :)

Dishcloths anyone?

I have been teaching some of the gals in our church how to knit, and I have started them on dishcloths. Here are a few of the dishcloths I made as I was working with the gals. The pillow is also knit, and I love the way it turned out.
I'm happy to report the gals at church are doing a great job with their knitting, and one of them is now working on an afghan with cables, and another is working on a sweater! I'm so proud of them!

Socks, socks and more socks! I love making socks!

I love knitting socks. The multi colored socks are my first pair of socks using one long circular needle to knit both socks at once. I love that technique and have only been using it since I learned it. The peach colored socks were made using 2 strands of lace weight wool yarn and 4 size 1 double point needles.

This is the first winter that I can remember having warm feet! I love my wool socks!! I was afraid they would be itchy, but they are not. They are so comfortable and so soft.......and oh so warm! :)

Hi! My name is Wilma, and I live in southeastern Montana. (USA) I love to knit, I love to make jewelry, and I love to stamp; so those will be the things I will be sharing for now. (Who knows what tomorrow will hold, though! :) I seem to go from one thing to another). I have always had a need to be creative, and I love things of beauty. I hope you will find what I share with you beautiful. :)
I have been married to Terry for 42 years, and we live in the country on a 124 acre mini-ranch. We have a horse and 9 head of cattle, plus 2 cats and 2 dogs. We have 2 grown children and 4 grandchildren. Terry is an electrical contractor and will be retiring in 2009.