Yay another Folksy Friday.
This week I've been talking to Sarah aka the Buddhist Musician. Always a lovely helpful person in the forums, and her shop is fab. I wanted to feature Sarah's stuff because I love her origami stars.
They are really different and unusual.
So I asked Sarah to fill me in, on how she got started with it all...
"I've been making jewellery for about 5 years on and off. I started experimenting with origami stars last year and now make a range of jewellery items using them. As well as using traditional chiyogami paper I also like to print my own designs for the stars.
Last year I started to crochet and got very interested in amigurumi.
I am now making Daruma dolls and am designing a Maneki Neko (a lucky cat) and a Buddha amigurumi.
I've been selling on Folksy for just over a year now. I've also been writing a blog at the same time. It features recipes, what I've been making, stories about my two dogs and other crafty bloggers.
My work space is the sofa! As you can see from the photo it is sometimes occupied by the four legged residents. It seems a shame to move them sometimes so I end up sitting on the floor."
Thanks Sarah for letting me know a bit more about you, and see where you work!
I love seeing the people behind the shops, and where they do their making.