A B O U T
This is a blog about everything and anything Jenna is crafting, cooking, eating, reading, or generally obsessing over, here in the Boston area.
When not cataloging her make with hands endeavors here, she is the librarian at a school by day, helping kids find their reading niche and playing with nerdy webtools to help better engage students in research and classwork. When not playing with books and geeky computers, she teaches fiber arts/knitting classes, and is grateful her school finds handiwork a valuable educational experience. What’s more, she’s able to use various Web 2.0 tools in her knitting classes to merge a traditional mode of making with a new, innovative form of creativity on the web.
Her interests include graphic novels (books of any order, for that matter), any and all works by Adrian Tomine, Drawn & Quarterly, wedges of cheese, pints of beer, black coffee and hot whiskey, self striping sock yarn, journalists, writers amok, music (please nod over to her first love, Pulp and Circumstance where she talks all things instrumental), the bump (yes, she means the dance, nothing uncouth).
She also spends plenty of time listening to episodes of the Sporkful and wishing she could run off with Dan and Mike (you would too).
Please do not use any photos, words, or patterns, without her express consent. Link away, instead. Thanks, muchly.