I’m a knitter, quilter, and maker of other miscellaneous crafts. I live in the Seattle area in a 100 year old house with my husband and assorted animals (a dog, a cat, a bunny, some fish, four chickens, and a colony of bees, at last count). I’ve been knitting and doing needlework for about a decade, quilting for about 5 years, and recently started designing (for both knits and quilts).
The name “Measured and Slow” is from a Shel Sliverstein poem called “Where the Sidewalk Ends”. I received a copy of this book from my uncle on the day I was born, and it’s one of my most loved books (in fact, I’ve worn out the original copy and should probably get another one!). Of course, it’s used a bit differently in the poem – but I think it also applies to hand made things!
Finished projects that are available for sale are listed in my Etsy shop, and I take commissions. I make pretty much anything and am always interested in trying new things, so if you have a special request, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.