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Wedding Bouquet project: selecting a weft, part 4

Parts 1, 2, and 3

After seeing dark and really light colours in weft, I decided to try white silk.  I also added pale green at the end of this sample, just for fun. 17 more words

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Wedding Bouquet project: selecting a weft, part 3

Part 1 and part 2

Now, let’s play with the cobalt blue and another variegated yarn.  The blue is 10/2 mercerized cotton in Nassau, and variegated is bourette with… 26 more words

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Wedding Bouquet project: selecting a weft, part 2

Part 1

Now let’s have a look at the intense and dark weft, like dark purple, and compare it to a variegated weft, where I used yellow, turquoise, fuchsia, magenta and purple. 96 more words

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Wedding Bouquet project: selecting a weft, part 1

The lovely hand-painted silk is now on the loom, and the question my customers face:  what yarn, which colour and which pattern to choose?  I run the samples at the beginning of most projects to ease answering it. 92 more words

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The Cato Reset

Kitty is now four months old and, as yet, is not on fire. So we’re calling that a parenting win. But! There have been some interesting (read: oh Lord, please bring me the sweet release of death) lessons along the way that at the time made me feel very far from being a winner. 574 more words

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Summer Infant: What to Buy and What Not to Buy

My hubby and I planned to have our first in spring/early summer. It was all for selfish reasons, I wanted to take my maternity during nice weather. 898 more words

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Why I Wear My Babies

As I was walking around the craft store the other day, a worker stopped to ask me what the benefit or wearing my baby was. I simply replied by saying, “She likes it!” We continued to chat about how beautiful my wrap was, then went our separate ways. 458 more words

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