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Words for Grey, Part 4

Over the last two weeks, I’ve built the quilt sandwich and begun quilting.

In my mind, in the poem, the rain isn’t heavy, but it’s steady and it takes quite a bit of time to produce all the streams. 50 more words

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Words for Grey, Part 3

This is a slow going piece of art (I believe it will end up artful – I was filled with that skepticism that often arises at the mid-point of a project until the leaves were added). 100 more words

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Words for Grey, Part 2

I spent the best part of the week creating the “canvas” for Words for Grey, so this is going to be a short post because there’s not a lot of status, or work, to report. 289 more words

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Words for Grey, Part 1

In previous posts (here and here), I mentioned the poem that provided the inspiration to combine my poetry with my quilts. Around this same time, I was also reading… 263 more words

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No Fuss Focaccia

I’m working my way through the stack of recipe pages I’ve torn out of King Arthur Flour catalogs. This weekend, I made Focaccia. I wanted something simple but with great flavor that went beyond the yumminess of bread. 570 more words

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The Kite Perspective, Part 3

The Kite Perspective is finished!

I’m amazed at how pleased I am that I finally made this quilt.  I’ve carried the design in my head for close to a decade and to see it come to life was so satisfying. 275 more words

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Extra-Tangy Sourdough Bread

I’ve written a post or two about sourdough bread.  While those breads were yummy, they lacked that little extra tang that comes from true, San Francisco-style sourdough.  643 more words

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