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Shiny or less shiny?

Seems like I stop what I’m doing and write a blog post every time I need to make a decision. Must be my new way of processing my work ’cause I know I haven’t always worked this way. 241 more words

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Find Your Inner Designer – Part 1

Some of my readers have asked about how I design quilts, so I’ve decided to do a monthly series of posts to lead you to design your own original quilts.  519 more words

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Wool is done...

This project is done, for good or bad. I’m not as in love with it as I was a week ago, but I’m still pretty happy with it. 100 more words

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Flip it, turn it, twist it!

A comment from Nadia yesterday turned my head in a new direction. I almost always look at each of my projects from every direction before I decide on an orientation for the work. 120 more words

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Design details

Where do you stop? How far over the top do you go? IS there a perfect balance? Those are the questions that accompany the last stages of any project, and especially this one. 185 more words

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Okay--so I lied!

I did truly believe that my latest wool project would be a slow one, that I would pick up and work on in odd moments and finish in a few months. 412 more words

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Wool has a mind of its own!

Working with wool is nice. It’s soft and cuddly, even when it’s felted wool. And a wool project is really a lot like any other project I work on…once I begin, it tells me what it wants to do! 306 more words

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