It's impossible right now to do polymer clay or paint. But, since the weather has turned cold, I've been doing some knitting. I don't knit much in the warmer months. Can't even get myself to work on small projects like socks or hats.
The Jane Thornley Group over on Ravelry is having a "Knit Your Fae" KAL. Jane is my favorite knit designer. Her knitted garments are wonderful works of art! Here is herweb site in case you are wondering: http://www.janethornley.com/blog/index.php/site/index/
Your fairy is called Thorn Rainbowfly
She is a fortune bringer.
She lives in brambles and blackberry bushes.
She is only seen at midday under a quiet, cloudless sky.
She wears purple and green like berries and leaves. She has multicoloured wings like a butterfly.
I am currently working on gathering yarn for this project. The two yarns on the left and the one on the bottom right, I bought at a local Renaissance Fair Last summer. All three are hand-spun. The one on the top right is Manos del Urugauy Wool Clasica I bought at "Knot Another Hat" in Hood River back in September.
Those are four of my yummiest yarns. I don't have a whole lot of yummy yarns, I just can't afford it. I plan to fill in with some wool yarns, and whatever else I may find. I also may kool-aid dye some yarn. That has been on my to-do list forever.
Oh and speaking of fairies:
Yes, that's my leg and that's a tattoo. And it hurt like you wouldn't believe. Anyone who says otherwise is not being very honest.