MontanaGirl Cookie Collection 2012
To everyone who supported me this year Thank you!  It is greatly appreciated.  I tend to show my gratitude with food.  This year it took the form of a mini cookbook with a collection of my family's favorite cookies.  For those of you who get my newsletter, it came right to your inbox in time for some holiday baking.  For the rest of you, I'm attaching it here.    If you sign up for my newsletter (on the top right of this page) you can also be the first to get special treats and random discounts.

2012 blew by too fast.  I can hardly wait to see what 2013 brings!

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Handmade Colorado Exhibit at DIA
Handmade Colorado Exhibit at DIA
The Handmade Colorado exhibit at DIA that I'm participating in has greatly expanded their website and have added a blog.  On a weekly basis each participant is supposed to share what they are currently working on.  It's an interesting peek into the studios and creative processes of crafts people from around the state.  MontanaGirl made it's debut today with a post about my charity crafting efforts.  Hop on over to the exhibit's website and leave a comment so I can look cool in front of the other crafters.

MontanaGirl scrap buster hats
I can make children’s hats
I can make silly, colorful, look-at-me hats.

This pattern for scrap-buster hats fit  the bill.  I dipped into my ever  growing yarn stash and was off. 

One hat, two hats… I don’t want to  stop.
Do you think I’ll start to feel better when I get to  twenty?

I’m sending them to Craftsy Cares for distribution to the homeless.  Maybe you'll join me. 

100% cotton cloths
Who says practical can't be beautiful?

This time of year the socializing kicks up a notch.  If you find yourself in need of a hostess gift or two, my hand-crocheted cloths work great and last forever.  They come in sets of three beautiful, color-coordinated shades.  Click on the photo to take you to my current selection.


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    Carmen kwolkoski

    Yarn obsessed Montana native currently living in Colorado.  A lapsed architect, I have a love of color and a knack for intuitive creativity - whether crocheting, cooking or coming up with excuses to not clean the house.