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Wednesday, November 11, 2015


Do you remember that black and gray chevron quilt I made?  Well, it’s all quilted and it’s supposed to be here later today!  Yesterday I cut binding.  I’ve still got to sew it together and I didn’t bother taking any pictures of the binding strips because, well, they’re black.  Not very exciting at all.

Also, I forgot to mention that I’ve started Christmas knitting and it’s not bloggable.  This means that I won’t be blogging quite as regularly as I usually try to until I’ve finished the Christmas knitting.  On the other hand, I still have to finish knitting my mitts for Loopy Academy, and I haven’t really done much of anything for Loopy Academy’s sewing version, so there are definitely some bloggable things in the works.  I’ll pop in when I can, and Logan and Max have volunteered to occasionally help out here on the blog, but I didn’t want anyone worrying that my gall bladder had grown back or something (may it burn in a fiery medical bio-waste inferno for all eternity).

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OpenID wonkydonkey said...

I am excited to see how your quilt turns out! And RE: Christmas knitting: almost everything I knit is Christmas knitting and I still blog about most of it; I just don't say who it's for or provide much detail. There are the occasional items I cannot show at all because I KNOW the recipient would figure it out, but most things (like the cowl I finished this morning) don't scream out a person's name so I feel OK posting a pic. It is annoying to have stealth projects when you have a blog!

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