About Me

Hi there! I’m Pamela Sinclair. I’m a blogger, knitter, gardener, and pursuer of wildest dreams.
Ultimately, my work is about helping people live life more creatively.Pamela-Portrait
(Because there’s a creative powerhouse inside each and every one of us.)

What I Love

Hard knitting needles. Soft yarn.
Hot coffee. Cold ice cream.
Bad jokes. Good food.

What I Believe

I believe it’s possible to live a richly creative life in harmony with our surroundings.
I believe it’s possible to make a difference with small acts.
I believe it’s possible to be down-to-earth with my head in the clouds.

What I Do

I knit. I design. I garden. I cook. I create.
I take on seemingly impossible projects, just to see if I can do it.
I try to learn new skills constantly.

Why Bother?

A degree in history from one of the oldest, most historical colleges in the country. A law degree from a pretty awesome law school. And still, all I want to do is knit and cook and garden and learn new crafty skills. Preferably off the grid, in a little cabin in the woods.
If I’m really honest, all I want to do is live on a little farm with goats and sheep and chickens and ducks and grow my own food and spin my own yarn. At least for a few weeks.
It’s not about throwing away my fancy education with the expensive price tag. It’s about work worth doing. It’s about connecting with nature at the source.
But I live in the city, and work at a day job. There’s barely enough time left over to get dinner on the table and play with my dog, Odie, before it all starts over the next day.
So now I content myself with learning new skills like making soap, developing fabulous recipes out of thin air, making cheese, spinning yarn, organic gardening, designing knitting patterns, and, of course, managing my precious time.
I am an achiever. An investigator. And if you haven’t figured it out yet, just a little bit different. I am enthusiastic about everything I set out to learn, and I want to learn everything about everything.
I’m here to share my journey with you.
All My Best,