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Third time is the charm

I made this hat over the weekend. After a few failed attempts, I finally finished. It was worked with a chart, and the first few times I don’t think I was focused enough to be working on it. 43 more words

Sample Knitted Doll

I teach knitting (along with other fiber arts) to kids ages 8-15.  I am always trying to make new things for them to see as possibilities for new projects.   35 more words

A floral top for "sprinter" (and various sewing updates)

Get it?  Spring + winter = sprinter?  The calendar says spring, but clearly the weather hasn’t gotten the memo!  Since my brain has officially switched over to spring/summer sewing but it’s still below freezing here in Boston, I sewed up a pretty floral top that hints at the upcoming spring but still keeps me warm while I (very impatiently) wait for its arrival. 776 more words


Blue and White

As if I did not have enough to do this week, I managed to finish this little 42×54-inch blue and white quilt begun many years ago–all leftover blocks and pieces from a larger special order quilt made while working in my sister’s quilt shop. 11 more words

Friday FO: Lambing Mitts

I finished these last weekend, but hadn’t shared the FO.

The pattern was free from Tolt Yarn and Wool’s blog/website. The yarn is Imperial’s Columbia. I adore the yarn and the pattern!

Curtains - Finished & Hanging

I did it!  Huzzah!

Nearly ten yards of fabric woven, sewn and hemmed, and hanging on my bedroom windows.  I haven’t ironed this much since I wore silk blouses to work in the 1990s. 207 more words

Weaving Blog

From panel to finished top...

Well, the quilt top for the raffle quilt that I posted about a couple of weeks ago is ready for quilting. The panel at the beginning of this post is the original fabric used to make this one block wonder. 68 more words