old skool stamping.

time was short today but i managed to get all of my bags stamped for the craft fair. i had this vision of snowflakes and i couldn't get it outta my mind. i quick carved a potato stamp and stamped them all up while my beloved put the lights on the tree.
oh love.

bitty birds.

here are a few teensy birds that are winding there way to wisconsin this week. made of recycled wool sweaters and pure wool felt and stuffed with wool batting from portland fiber.
i'm working on another version of these for the winterwork faire, but hey~ those are not done yet!


the view from up here.

the schools closed early today and all the people rushed to the store to prepare for the big storm, not quite a nor' easter, but a doozey...we think.
no snow to report...yet.
mosey is excited to be part of the hope spinnery's "winterwork holiday faire".
the place out in hope is a spinnery run on wind power, pretty amazing i think.
today we are hold up in our sewing corner in preparation for the weekends festivities.
we are cutting wool, dyeing wool ,and trying to drink enough hot water for our pregnant belly.
note: i can no longer see my feet from where i stand.
only about 6 weeks left~!


new mosey holiday collection!

lady lamington wristlettes - a more dainty version of the wristwarmer , named after elizabeth's famed and elusive petite fours.
treeling cuffs - sure to keep you cozy and stylish.
wee treeling leg warmers- inspired by all the new little sprouts coming into this world!


holly-bells are ringing.

here at mosey we are proud to be a part of the poppytalk handmade holiday market again this year!
our holly-bell wristlets were featured in their newsletter this week!
be sure to check out the guide for some GREAT holiday gifting!!!!

the new crew!

some new woolens i've felted...
the red white and blue ones are inspired by my mister's mistress...his new bike.
over thanksgiving we went to boston to visit family and friends and mr. mcgregor and i caught up with a few old friends, one of which had a bike for the taking. as it turns out it is an older version (by just a few years) of the bicycle he has been obsessed with for the past three months solid.
and it's orange. and it was free. merry christmas!
anyhow- he was in need of some wrist warmers for riding his dream bike into the winter.
the bird ones are a version of my mittens from last year with a cable-knit-felted twist.