A couple of weeks ago I received an email from a gentleman named Michael Tortorello. He is a writer with the New York Times.
First step….checked him out.
Yep, he’s for real. He really does write for the New York Times. *insert my mouth dropping here*
He was doing an article on Fairy Houses and had come across my Enchanted Garden Series in his research. *insert squeal here*
After chatting via email, I sent off several of the patterns and photos. I am mentioned and my blog linked near the end of the article. My photos weren’t high resolution enough to be included, but…
My work was mentioned in the NEW YORK TIMES!!! I am so freaking excited I could flip!
Here is the link to check it out: http://www.nytimes.com/2014/10/02/garden/leave-your-wings-at-the-door.html
For those who may be visiting my website, here are photos of some of my Fairy Houses….the wee ones have given me permission to show them off!
Autumn Fairy House (Get the pattern here)
Summer Fairy House (Get the pattern here)
Winter Fairy house (Get the pattern here)
Spring Fairy House (Get the pattern here)
Tooth Fairy House (Get the pattern here)
Thank for dropping in! Patterns for all of these house are in my shop. The videos recorded from the live Ustream classes are in the Archives under The Magic Garden Series.
A special THANK YOU to Michael Tortorello for including me in his article. I am both honored and humbled!