April 21, 2008 at 1:44 am | Posted in Uncategorized | 2 Comments

Since I don’t happen to have anything noteworthy to discuss today, I’ll just start by saying Hi!

About Mage Weave:  The name “mage weave” comes from Blizzard Entertainment’s MMO, World of Warcraft.  Mageweave is a cloth item used to make equipable items via the Tailoring profession.  I’ve always thought the name was appropriate for things that are made, in my crazy mind, with a hint of magic.  Anyone who’s made a doll or plushie knows that you really do breathe a little “life” into your creations.  Dolls and plushies just make this more apparent with their life-like features, but all creations hold a little piece of their creator; a little piece of inspiration, craftsmanship, and care.

*stashes Hippy-Paige back in the closet*

Anyway!  Well, I plan to use this blog to post my art and craft projects, hopefully with some pictures, and discuss, maybe sell, make tutorials; really, whatever I feel is crafty and fun.  To be more specific on the arts/crafts topic, here’s what I do and hope to post about:

  • Traditional and Digital Drawings and Paintings.
  • Sewing: Clothing, Accessories, and Plushies
  • Chainmaille: Accessories and Jewelry
  • School-Related Projects and rantings thereof
  • Origami?  Cooking?  Face Painting?  It’ll all end up here eventually, I’m sure.

So….. yeah!  I think that’s all I have for now.  Welcome to Mage Weave’s Blog, y’all!



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