I design original works of tatted lace jewelry, small fiber art works and embroidered paintings. I also paint using Corel digital software and create Mandalas for coloring or decorating. You can purchase my lacework in the Snappy Tatter link below and find my art work in Pixels.com
There are just a few things available but I have gotten the hang of how to add items to my website for sale so soon you won’t have to run around the web to buy my work! The top menu to the left shows what is available. All work is currently available and it will ship USPS first class unless you need it faster, in which case, please email me, so I can accommodate you. All Snappy Tatter work is also guaranteed so if something goes wrong, please let me know. I will write out what my guarantee covers soon. The piece above, named Valor, is available under the Tatted motif menu! This is so exciting!!!!!!
I upgraded my website awhile ago so that my customers and readers would be able to purchase my work directly from me through PayPal. I am not a techy person and often struggle for hours to figure out how to do something simple…or supposedly simple. I am just an artist, after all. Lol. I read and re-read the tutorials for how to set up payment on this website and over and over it was a difficult task. Why weren’t the options showing up that they were promising were there??? Luckily, I am rather mellow this evening and felt like taking on the task. I finally figured it out and will be adding “buy” buttons to eligible items in the galleries. I also will add “buy” buttons when new items are showcased. If you have any questions, I MAY have an answer. For now I have a few kinks to work out and then I will begin with my Couture collection, adding the latest works and “buy” buttons so you no longer have to run around the internet to find my shop to purchase things.
In the meantime…pop on over to the Watch Gallery. The watch shown above is for sale and now you can buy it straight from me with ALWAYS FREE SHIPPING!!! Who doesn’t love that!
This began as a painting called “doomed”, as I was struggling with my mental health and severe cluster headaches when I began painting it. As I continue to work on my paintings and drawings, new thoughts for the title always come through. It eventually became obvious to me that I was drawing a figure huddled in fear. There are two perspectives to this work and probably more if I gave it enough thought.
Actually, I was married to Jay Rickert on June 18th of this year but a bunch of things interrupted my ability to tell all of you until now. I figure, it’s never too late to share that I got married!!!
I married the most wonderful man. I have always felt an almost magical connection to Jay, a joyful and deeply intimate connection. When we first were together I drew the portrait behind his head from a photo he had sent to me. We were still 2300 miles apart and our romance was budding long distance although we had both flown to meet each other by the time I had drawn this. I have never felt so close to someone as when I drew this portrait. That I did not expect. Jay looks a little weepy, a joyous weepy. This photo was taken the day he married me.
So, about the wedding…
We actually were married for less that $200, which is a feat in itself and deserves talking about. My little sister and her family came from Kansas to help us pull everything together a couple of days before the wedding. Mia, my sister, and my nieces, Marissa and Vanessa, helped me get dressed and Larry, my brother-in-law, help Jay get our modest venue prepared.
I have many new designs I am finishing with beading and hardware that will be available soon! And not just on my Etsy site or Pixels.com but I am hoping to have them available to purchase straight from here. In the future, there will be a purchase button on items I talk about if they are for sale and you will be able to use PayPal to snap them right up. This is new to me so we will see how simple it is but I am very excited.
I have not entered an art show of any kind for years. This is our 3rd summer here in Arco and I decided to spread my wings a little and enter 3 of my embroidered paintings into the modest art show. And I WON! Yay!!!! All 3 of my works earned first place in their categories with two of them also winning the Judge’s Choice award. This is so exciting for me!
There will be more embroidered paintings and tatted sculptures coming in the future. I have been working more and am excited to share with you what has been happening around here.
We like to travel the mountains. It soothes our souls and resets our brains when there has been a lot going on. Here in the high desert of Arco, Idaho, we are already a mile high. And we are surrounded by various mountain ranges, desert, buttes, and a river called the Little Lost River because at some point it disappears into the earth. It adds up to endless opportunities to explore. Here are a few photos from our journey over the pass and back on the highway going home.
Snappy Tatter, my online shop!, is up and running again. My wedding was lovely and I will have photos soon.
Over the next couple of days, I will be changing listings that have free shipping back to their appropriate shipping category so feel free to take advantage of what remains labeled as “free domestic shipping” while I get it changed.
There is FREE DOMESTIC SHIPPING on all items that are already made and ready to ship from now until 5/28! Come snag those earrings, that special piece of fiber art or J Kohr Couture without paying a shipping fee if you live in the US. Message me if you are outside the states and I can offer reduced shipping to you, as well! The Shipping is already adjusted on items that are ready to go! With 78 items that have Free shipping, you are sure to find something to love! Here are just a few…
Come stop by between bar-b-ques and camping…I will be here all ready to pack and ship in Snappy Tatter-land!
MyObsession Cuff is one of the very first wide bracelets I designed. I think it was back in the summer of 2009 or 10.
All I know is as a designer, I worked this pattern over and over to get it to look like it does now, earning it the name “Obsession”. I offer custom colors for most everything that is made to order in my Etsy Shop. In size 20 cordonnet I offer 47 colors, 17 colors in heavier weight and 38 colors in my finest cordonnet that is as thin as sewing thread. I am surprised at times by the color choices people make. My customer is asking for this cuff in dark green. It will be lovely!
Recently a customer asked for my Infinity Cuff in green as well. It turned out beautiful and she was very pleased. I am fond of green and love getting any custom order that is not just asking for black or white. Normally this cuff is requested in charcoal gray, but when I made it in leaf green with ivory beading it took on a whole new look.
That is the latest news here in Snappy Tatter-land…time to get tatting…in GREEN.