Physical Projects
Tinkering with Fiber Arts and Wood

I, like many folks during the COVID-19 pandemic, picked up a couple quarantine hobbies. After a whole lotta yarn (and a whole lotta Michael's Rewards Points), I discovered my love for fiber arts and wood projects.

I call this entire process "tinkering" because I approach this as a casual and admittedly amateur form of experimentation, but I've thoroughly enjoyed the process of getting thoughts out of my head and turning my ideas into real, tangible things.
Climbing Wall
The hardest thing I've ever done and the proudest I've ever been! My personal free-standing woody
Painting
Wood
A Punch Needle Love Story
A love story or an obsession? Check out all the random things I made under the guise of "gift for a friend"
Punch Needle
Sewing
My Project Runway Application
Not actually an application to meet Tim Gunn, but a documentation of yet another craft experiment
Painting
Sewing
Ode to Metro
Handmade stools inspired by the good and the bad of WMATA
Punch Needle
Wood
Springtime
A handmade stool and cushion inspired by spring flowers
Punch Needle
Wood
Pilot
The project that started it all. And by "it", I mean a newfound yarn obsession
Weaving
Color Factory
An introduction to punch needling where, as expected, I dive right in with a large-scale project
Punch Needle
Flow
Weaving inspired by the flow of water and sand mixing on the beach
Weaving
Geode
A weaving exploration in texture
Weaving
Wedge
A coffee table held together by its own parts (and no hardware!)
Wood
Rose Garden
"Wake up and smell the roses", they say. As someone with the opposite of a green thumb, a headboard representing a rose garden is the closest I'll get
Weaving
Wood
Clouds
A whimsical weaving inspired by cotton-candy skies in San Diego
Weaving
Candy Dots
A bobble blanket that took a long time, partly due to my slow speed but also due to craft stores running out of the colors I needed (which I guess is also my fault)
Crochet