Monthly Archives: November 2010

First real sewing project

Outside of one made in a class, I mean. Why I decided on one that requires me to match nine different fabrics, I can’t say, other than I thought the Zig Zag quilt pattern looked very cute and within my … Continue reading

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Stansborough Grey, first combing

That’s my first combful of the Stansborough, in the dark grey colour. For experimenting I probably should’ve used the mid grey, since that’s what I have the most of, but that would’ve required careful planning. I decided on two passes, … Continue reading

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Sewing at Emeline & Annabelle

Two years ago, when I was too busy to blog, I took my first sewing class at Spool in Philadelphia. I loved it, feeling rather proud and making good use of my first project, a reversible tote bag. Really I … Continue reading

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Stansborough Grey, again

Given that I just taught a course on fibre prep, I figured I ought to do a little prep of my own with the Stansborough Grey fleece I bought recently from International Fleeces. I actually bought a bit more (well, … Continue reading

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