Monthly Archives: March 2014

Child’s "I Spy" Crazy Quilt

I made this quilt for a friend’s little girl (whom I hear loves it).  It is one made using scraps of fabric from many past projects.  It is machine pieced and quilted.  It measures approx 38 in X 48 in.  … Continue reading

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Felted Shoulder Bag

This is my first attempt at felting something I knit.  The pattern is The “Don’t Worry” Felted Shoulder Bag by Catherine Hughes.  The yarn is a blend of  Bernat Pebblespun (deep teal color) from my estate sale stash and Rowan … Continue reading

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White Snowtracks Cap

This hat was made using white yarn from the estate sale stash I bought earlier this year.  The pattern is Snowtracks Cap by Timothy Peters.  I’m not sure exactly what the yarn is as there was no label.  I think … Continue reading

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Rainbow Quilt Finished!

I finished the afghan size quilt made from the tails of the T-shirts used to make Madi’s quilt.  The colors are those of the rainbow, hence the name of the quilt.  The finished quilt measures 52 in X 63 in.  … Continue reading

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