Divine Bird

I believe in a high-fiber diet…like wool, alpaca, cashmere…

December 28, 2007
by Jenny
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The Best of 2007 – Textiles Edition

This is from Knit Lit‘s post, an end-of-year meme. Don’t worry if you’re a non-yarny person–I will be doing one of these of my own for stuff in general. Watch for it! And now for the Best of 2007! 1. … Continue reading

December 5, 2007
by Jenny
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PIF and Clean Slate 2008 Update

Well, that was unexpected and delightful–I have three people who want to participate, two of whom are NOT from my usual core group of commenters. Hurrah! I now have a year to start thinking about what Esther, Jen, and Melissa … Continue reading

November 3, 2007
by Jenny
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NIGHT OF THE BARREL, DIZZY CUP JELLIES, AND TALES OF MUTANT COCONUT

Honestly, every single one of those things was said within a seven-hour period today. Here’s how: First, “Night of the Barrel” was what we called Thursdays in my house growing up, because that was the night we had to move … Continue reading

October 3, 2007
by Jenny
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I promised pics…

…but they’re crummy pics. First off, Bag v.1: The problem, you see, is that there’s absolutely no structure to the bag. It flops over despite my best attempts to show the shape. A closeup of the inside right pocket. It’s … Continue reading

September 30, 2007
by Jenny
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Bag, v.2.0 update

I cut out the pieces of my practice bag tonight. This is a project that I was putting off until I found the material to make it stand upright; it just hit me the other day that I BOUGHT that … Continue reading

September 12, 2007
by Jenny
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I DO sew, too!

I was actually a sewer long before I was a knitter or a spinner. No, really! My mom taught me when I was in Junior High or something–I can’t remember exactly, but it must have been 7th grade or so. … Continue reading

July 22, 2007
by Jenny
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Bag, v.2.0

This is a VERY LONG POST about the process I used to design a new knitting/sewing/drawing bag; I will try to title further entries about the process the same way I did this one, so you non-yarny/textiley folks can skip … Continue reading

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