Monthly Archives: September 2012

Finished — My First Swirl Jacket

I finished!  It only took me two months of knitting most evenings.  It’s not perfect (I can point out a few errors), but it looks good and I like the way it fits.  I am already thinking about making another … Continue reading

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My Heart Stopped When Quilt

I finished the small quilt which is a “repeat” of one I made a few years ago — “You Melt My Heart.”  It was inspired by Movin Meat’s post:  Fearful Symmetry.  As before, I took the EKG (photo credit), printed … Continue reading

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Progress Notes — WIPs

I’m making progress knitting the Swirl jacket I began over a month ago.  It’s either going to be wonderful or a big mess.  Not sure at the moment.  Here’s what it looks like now Also working on a new quilting … Continue reading

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One Pink Heart for Baby

Earlier this year I made “one pink heart” quilt for a young friend recently diagnosed with breast cancer.  She asked me to make another one for her pregnant friend who has been with her along the journey and is due … Continue reading

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