Monthly Archives: September 2010

and this week’s project is…

It seems that I am in a flurry of finishing!  This is what happens when I start lots of projects over time without finishing them.  The backlog that results makes me want to finish them all at once.  The last … Continue reading

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First Freeform Garment!

Finally, after many years doing freeform scrumbles, boxes, purses, and scarves, an actual garment!  Multi-yarn freeform has seemed too wild for me for garments for myself (although I may be able to work something out soon) but the freeform lace … Continue reading

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just about ready…

Blocking……drying……… ready soon!

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almost finished

I’ve been working steadily on the freeform tank, and it’s almost finished!  These shots are from yesterday, when it still had some ends left to be woven and still needed edging around the armholes.  Now it’s blocking on the guest … Continue reading

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It’s coming along slowly.  My uncertainty about how this project would turn out has led me to avoid it.  This morning I tried it on, liked the way it was going, but was still reluctant. Then, I decided to put … Continue reading

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rescuing an unfinished project from 2008

Summer is almost over, so it’s time to finally finish this freeform tank.  I’d like to wear it soon, and I’ve avoided the project for a long time.  Working on it whenever I can will hopefully get it done this … Continue reading

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a new granny

In my life I’ve made lots and lots of granny afghans.  Many granny square afghans as a child, a granny hexagon afghan as a child, a couple of single large granny square blankets as a child and as an adult … Continue reading

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