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me2006.jpgWhat is there about a needle and thread that just feels right?  I’ve given up on ever finding the answer to that one and have accepted the fact that I will probably die with a needle of some kind in my hand.  And that’s ok… everyone needs an obsession… right? 

9 Responses to About

  1. dorothy leavitt says:

    I think I know exactly how you feel, but for me it is knitting needles. I try to knit one sweater a month but am constantly looking at magazines for new inspiration. I even tazke my knitting with me in the car and knit when I have a few moments. I would add though that I do not have UFO”s, I always finish what I am doing before starting a new project.

  2. Beth says:

    Hi, I really like some of your patterns. Will you give me permission to sell what I make from them? Thanks.

  3. Vicky says:

    I just ran across your blog and found the aran pattern you described. You sound great! Where can I find out more about you…I’m really new to this internet contact stuff…Vicky (Washington State)

  4. Hi,
    Somebody from our town is giving a lecture on Naalbinding. it is a free lecture and I was wondering if it was okay to use your picture (white little piece in progress on my website to make people understand wha t this is all albout.
    Thank you and let me know.

    Brigitte

  5. April says:

    Hi, my Mom is looking for an applique pattern of an antique sewing machine, any idea where she could find one?? She made a sewing machine cover from her own pattern and would like to embelish it with an applique.

    Thanks,
    April

  6. Patricia Smith says:

    I have just purchased some Panda Sahay Yarn. I bought it to knit a scarf out of it. The shop assistant said that I could get a free pattern of the internet. I have been unable to find this. Could you please help me?

  7. Linda S. says:

    Hi Patricia, I have found several Panda yarn patterns at Straw.com. I haven’t seen any called Panda Sahay, but I’m sure these patterns would work if you like any of them. ;o)

    http://www.straw.com/cpy/free_pattern_yarnssort.html#pandasilk

    Linda

  8. quietwoman says:

    Hi there. Your blog looks interesting. Also from Texas.

  9. Amber says:

    I have a question about Cranston Village, and I am wondering if you may be able to help me locate something. It’s a long shot, but worth it.

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