Friday, October 1, 2010

peace. love. knit.

Wow! The week has just flown past me. I'm trying to strike a new balance between all of the pieces of my life... and it's taking time. I'm trying to be patient with myself, but so far, I'm not succeeding. The Shenandoah Valley Fiber Festival was great. Such a beautiful area of the country! I would really love to take a vacation there... just to explore. It seems so peaceful.

On to this week's (late) give away. Last weekend, we had the "big reveal" of our new shawl pins. I think they are a great addition to our buttons and everyone who stopped by the booth seemed to like them, too. I hope YOU like it... if you would like to win this shawl pin, please leave a comment. I'll draw a name on Tuesday (October 5th) at 1:30 p.m. EST.
Have a great, relaxing weekend!!!


  1. Hi Noel, Glad I saw your post on Face Book. I am now following you and liked your biz page. I must say I love buttons. I used to have this great book on the history of buttons but it is in a box from moving. I would love to learn how to knit and add that skill to my crafty hat! Stop by sometime~ Thanks for the chance, Theresa

  2. Me too!!! Glad to have seen your post on facebook. I am crazy for creative buttons- and your's are just that! Your lovely leaves are calling me. I must check out your etsy store. Nice to meet you Noel! :D many thanks...

  3. Lovely shawl pin....I really need one for all the small shawlettes I seem to be knitting these days. I like your leaf buttons a lot and will keep them in mind for my next sweater.

  4. I would love to win this shawl pin.
    I have never seen them before. I've always just used a broach.
    Love the buttons too.
    Thanks ,

  5. This is the perfect pin for my wonderful sister-in law - I sooooooooooooooooooooooo hope I win.
    cheers, dana

  6. LOVE the shawl pin!! What a great idea.
    : )

  7. I just LOVE your shawl pin...very clever!!!!

  8. If it weren't for the internet... I love your buttons! I grew up in Boyce, smaller town than Berryville, but in same county. It was a beautiful area to grow up. I must get back to visit!