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I have been working on some of my gratitude projects. I have 10 this year, five from an offer I made via fb, anf 5 via an offer I accepted from my neice (also via fb and a slightly different offer. Technically I only had 4 responses to the first offer, so I went and chose a fifth to be grateful for. I will do much the same for the …

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Glad it is Friday. I don’t know if I could take another day in this work week as it is totally kicking my ass. Still trying to find a painting groove. I don’t think being un-enamored with it has anything to do with the size of this journal, but more to do with there being zero sense of confidence in knowing what I am doing. I try to just do …

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I decided to santa 5 people this season as part of the ongoing Gratitude Project. 2 people were previous recipients. I am ready to send to the third and still thinking on the 4th and 5th. Of course, this means more mail art.

 

My first felting project was a Lady eleanor Stole gone wrong. I was 2 balls of Noro Kureyon into it when it occurred to me how warm it was sitting in my lap, and how inescapable that warmth would be the more of it I knit. Kureyon is wool and a worsted wool at that. That means it’s heavy. A little too heavy to get much use in Houston. As …

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The final day of color week was a choice of either white/grey or rainbow. You might think I would play the gay card and choose rainbow, but since a lot of my other knitting was more than just the color of the day, I decided to go with whites/grey instead. The white tam is called Snow¬† Star Hat and is from the first issue of St-Denis magazine and by Veronique …

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Stuff is in the mail. Almost all of it. the only remaining thing that needs to be in the mail is a sample of some yarn I have to send to Fleece Artist for them to match and send me back enough to finish a Lady of the Lake sweater I am working on. It was almost done. It was almost going on vacation to South Africa with me. I …

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