Monthly Archives: June 2015

preoccupied

To say that I am preoccupied with my Spider Web quilt would be an understatement.  I’ve gotten to that slippery slope in quilting where I am so anxious to assemble and quilt it that everything else slips to the back … Continue reading

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socks and stuff

The Go-To Guy received chunky delicious boot socks for Fathers Day.  These were knit from Knit Picks ‘Pearl’ Hawthorne fingering weight.  They require two skeins, but the outcome is definitely worth the expense.  Inspired by the lovely Arianna, I plan … Continue reading

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a day without father

Father’s Day, since mine passed, has not been the same – how could it be?  I have to believe that he is in a better place.  Today I walked around outdoors (which is where he was most comfortable) and thought … Continue reading

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where to begin on a Saturday

This ridiculous mess should be enough to give one a case of the hives.  I thought about cleaning and sorting and making it useful and presentable…But Saturdays are for new projects …And projects that want attention …And once you start … Continue reading

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come to work with me

I bring small projects in to work on during my lunch breaks.  Hand quilting has always been my love, and it’s satisfying to finish these projects in one sitting.  They will come home with me and find themselves being made … Continue reading

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