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My Grey Haven of Rest

rest-my word for the year -

Has anybody else ever started writing an Instagram post and then decided that the post content was way, w-a-y too long for Instagram so they turned it into a blog post instead?  That’s what happened to me, today, and then I realized that it’s a good thing!  I have been wanting to blog about my […]


A Fresh Start, A New Year : Welcome 2018!

Hello, Friends! Let me warn you that this is going to be a long post, but if you want to really get to know me, and what Shepherd’s Song Creations is all about, then I think you’ll find it worth while.   This Past Year In March of 2017 I took the plunge and launched […]

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Like a Bowl Full of Cherries ~ How Weaving Entered Our Life

Bowl Full of Cherries blog post at

  Life is often like a bowl full of cherries, wonderful, delightful, and desirable.  There are those pits that we encounter along the way, but that’s just part of eating cherries and you deal with it, but don’t focus on them.  As a matter fact, focusing on them would rob us of the joy of […]

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So, You Want to Learn to Sew

  So did I, once upon a time. Way back when I was in elementary school, not long after I learned to crochet.  My mom didn’t do a lot of sewing, but there is one outfit that she made for me that stands out in my memory.  It was a skirt and a bolero vest […]

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Faded ~ Making Trash into Treasure

Button Flower Rag rug in soft spring colors handwoven by

Faded tends to be a term that we mentally associate with old, worn out, no longer useful, ready to be thrown away. In my creative ventures those things that are faded, worn out, needing to be discarded, are actually repurposed into things of beauty, pleasure and service.  Truly trash to treasure transformations, . . . […]

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