As might be evident from the photos on here lately, my love of weaving has been rekindled in the last few weeks. At the outset of the pandemic, I sold my large loom because it wasn’t working for me on a number of levels.… Continue Reading “Post #3237: On and off the Loom”
As an early birthday present, Brian gave me six yards of beautiful, crazy fabric last week – which I wasn’t expecting at all (he gave it to me to prove a point in an argument about how “yes he would so buy me fabric”)…..… Continue Reading “Matching Market Bags”
The tree quilt – quilted and bound. There are lots of mistakes in this quilt, but it’s still going to someone as a gift. No one can really criticize a gift can they? Now to start on new things…..
I really am going to get back to garden postings one of these days, but with the ground so frozen outside, it’s a little difficult to get excited about growing things. One project I’m aiming to get down before I go back to work… Continue Reading “A new year for new projects!”
A quick show-off post. Took a three-hour class last night at Spool of Thread (that yummy little sewing shop at the intersection of Kingsway and Fraser) and came away with two sizes of fabric bucket. Once you get the idea, these are pretty easy… Continue Reading “Buckets of fabric.”