Yearly Archives: 2005
Here is my sewing room. I got home from work yesterday and it was all set up. Ok, this isn’t the whole room, but it’s just the main sewing area. On one wall there is a queen-sized bed for guests,
I’ve picked the pattern for my first quilt. It’s an Oklahoma Twister from the February 2006 issue of American Patchwork and Quilting. I totally love it! And my LQS has that triangle paper that makes it easy to do all
I spent Christmas Eve knitting Blanche. I was on a good roll, till evening when I was getting tired and kept having to rip back rows of stitches. So I’m working on the armholes of the 2nd piece of Blanche.
It’s finished and she loved it. More notes to come, but I have to run to work. I just wanted to get this posted. OK, so here’s the scoop. I finished it on 22nd. Mom helped me block it that
OK, It’s time to make my New Year’s resolution. I plan to finish a few UFOs in my stash. By priority and starting today (yes, I’m starting my resolutions today): Grandma’s Doily – It might not get done by Christmas,
Here’s the 3rd neckwarmer finished. Kimberly’s coat is blue so I made it to match. I gave it to her last night and she loved it.
Well, I did it. I changed the layout. And it was fairly easy…just updated the stylesheet and tweaked the HTML just a little to accomodate the new style. For the most part the HTML is the same though. I love
Why? you might ask. Last year, I gave my sister a scarf during the summer months. Then she was living in Texas and could have used it a few times in the winter. But she graduated in December and moved
The doily I’m working on has 22 rounds. I was about to start round 14 when I realized round 13 wasn’t correct. As I kept checking, I noticed I messed up pretty big. I ended up having to rip back
I made a dishcloth this past weekend. No, I didn’t post a picture of it. I used a pattern found at Dishcloth Boutique and it went pretty quickly. I had it done in a couple of hours. I immediately started