Vintage Stitchers met at Marilyn's. She met us at the door wearing this apron Barbara made for her:
She was working on a quilt for fall that will include this machine-appliquéd pumpkin block: …Continue
We left last Sunday to camp in the Uinta Mountains of Utah, where lovely scenery abounds.
Quilters! Finally, I have some quilts to show you. But first a little food.
Vintage Stitchers met at Janet's on Thursday. Marilyn brought this embroidered Christmas quilt center to show us. Now to put the borders on.…Continue
The Steampunk Shawlette is finished and in use:
The pattern is The Age of Brass and Steam Kerchief by Orange Flower Yarn. The yarn is …
Let's get the fiber fun out of the way first, since it was a minor part of my life this past week.…Continue
We're back from our trip, which included a Rhine River Cruise.
Ah, the call of the sea!
We should be ending up our visit in Finland and getting ready to return home right about now. Internet is unpredictable on our travels, so instead of my usual fiber fun I've written this blog post ahead of time about the three years we lived aboard a…
A time to be born and a time to...dye. At my place, summer is a good time to dye using the method I like best. The sun-tea method with Kool-Aid and food coloring.
I'm on vacation, so I have some special blog posts scheduled.
Today you will get to read more about our vacation in Oregon in July, 2011, which included the quilt show at Sisters on July 9th. You can see all my photos from this event …Continue
I've been trying to finish projects I'll need for the trip we're taking next week, like the Navy iPad Tote Bag. …Continue
The Echo Flowers Shawl is finished and in use:
Here's a closeup of the edge detail:
The book is Eleanor Burns' Tales of First Ladies. I love the fabrics Davidene picked for this project, and the designs in the book as well, but I'm not crazy about the piecing methods.…Continue
I couldn't keep from casting on the "Echo Flower Shawl."
I thought it might actually be useful this summer. I'm using Bare 100% Merino Lace Weight yarn from Knit Picks, and putting beads in where the…
The Multi-scrap Scarf is coming along. Here it is with 30" completed:Continue
Well, I'm finally, finally, back to weaving. On Tuesday I rethreaded the heddles on my floor loom, using the warp that was already on the loom left over from a previous project.
I had to change the tie-up, too, to weave what I wanted, but it was easier than I thought it would be. I'm using…
My mother had an expression she used when she felt like she had worked all day and hadn't accomplished anything. She said she felt as if she were spinning her wheels (and not the kind of wheels that produce yarn. That's how my week has been.
However, I did get some work done on my First Ladies Quilt. The…
Joanie and I went to the Acorn Antique Show in Ogden, Saturday, with her companion, Ana.
We had lunch at the Union train station, as usual, at the Union Grill. Joanie presented me with a boy sheep and a girl sheep for Mothers' Day. I took this selfie with my two new…
We were getting ready to leave for a camping trip, when I received this in the mail:
Stroll Sock yarn in White, Dogwood Heather and Dandelion, and Stroll Brights in Pucker for our trip this summer. Kookaburra Wool Wash and the 2 oz bottle of the same to take on our…
If you have created a business from selling your knitted items, it inevitably won’t be long before you turn to social media. While you can sell your stuff on good sites like Etsy and Ravelry, or even through setting up your own website like Little Lamb Wool have done, using social media can really help get your stuff noticed. No longer just a platform for…Continue
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The weather has warmed up a bit, and our bulbs are emerging.
We also have daffodils, as do our neighbors. The ski resorts closed after Sunday's operation. Soon they will gear up for taking mountain bikers up the hill to ride down. DGD1 brought home her snowboard and boots…Continue