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We are at Fleece Artist’s site

Posted by on Jan 13, 2016 in Blog | 2 comments

We are at Fleece Artist’s site

Few days ago I was contacted by Fleece Artist to authorize the photo of my Desert Flower Blanket be published on its site. I made this blanket with 4 skeins of Mo (78% Mohair, 13% Wool, 9% Nylon.¬†225 meters / 125 grams). It’s super warm and cozy. Perfect for the Winter. I’m glad they liked it ūüôā >> Check this pattern on Ravelry...

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And the family grows!

Posted by on Jan 10, 2016 in Blog | 0 comments

And the family grows!

In 2015 I became officially aunt. This is very significant to me because my aunts – my mother’s sisters – were extremely important in my childhood and even today and I know that I wouldn’t be the same¬†without their presence in my life. Luke, my sister’s Cec√≠lia son, came to the world to make me a happier person. But he didn’t come alone. Juliette, Julie and Kazu, my friends’ babies also were born last year. I took the opportunity to spend the entire...

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Before embroidering…

Posted by on Feb 8, 2015 in Blog | 0 comments

Before embroidering…

I have one assigment for this week, for Printing & Dyeing class, which requisite is using at least one technique of dyeing. I decided¬†to embroider. But before I dyed my cotton floss with natural dyes. They were dyed with madder, logwood, cochoneal, coffee, tea, onion, saffron and avocado. Let’s start the...

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We are in Ply Magazine!

Posted by on Feb 2, 2015 in Blog, Designs | 0 comments

We are in Ply Magazine!

Do you remember when I decided to start the “Study in Red”? ¬†You can read all posts here¬†,¬†here¬†and here too. From this “study” I created a pattern for a skirt – the Rouge skirt. That was now published in Ply Magazine, an indie and amazing magazine dedicated to spinning. It’s my biggest project until now. In the magazine I also wrote an article explaining how it’s to spin for a project, and why I took all those decisions. Check it out! Before I...

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Moebius

Posted by on Nov 12, 2013 in Blog | 7 comments

Moebius

Sunday night I had already done a pair of slippers for my husband and finished some things that needed to be finished, when a emptiness came after me: what do I do now? I didn’t want to start something new that would made me spend time thinking the best yarn, the best needles, make ¬†swatch… and then I found out a old batt in my trunk, made I don’t know when, with fibers I don’t remember and colors… hhhmm…. “exotic” (I mean, not my comfort...

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Christmas is coming

Posted by on Nov 7, 2013 in Blog | 0 comments

Christmas is coming

It’s never too earlier to think about Christmas when you are a knitter. As make anything manually takes time, we have to think ahead. So that I made a collection of free quick patterns, those you can knit in one day, max two days, to help people who is planning special presents for their beloved ones. See the list below – you can download them at Craftsy.com I hope you enjoy as much as I enjoyed created...

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