I’m working on a new series of very small fiber art pieces that I am calling “Tiny Magick”. It’s been rewarding to do smaller projects and I highly recommend trying it. The stakes are low in that they finish up quickly and don’t take a large amount of materials, this means that I can experiment and play. This is so important in the creative process.
I add a sleeve to the top of each one so they can be worn either with a safety pin or chain, or a tiny dowel or stick can be threaded through the top to mount it. Some will be available to buy eventually. Subscribe to my newsletter to find out when.
I call them “Tiny Magick” because I believe that my spiritual and creative selves are essentially the same. When I work like this, the witch in me rejoices. Each one is a spellcasting.
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I'm Liz Watkin a fiber artist and educator with an online learning background. I've been sewing since I was a kid and love the therapeutic nature of crafts.