Monthly Archive: October 2021

Natural selection

This morning, I was contemplating how squares might fit together. I grabbed a selection of four-inchers and laid them out. My desire for order asserted itself strongly. I was missing one piece needed to...

On the edge

A big storm to the south of us. This morning, on my walk, the island (MDI) looked shrouded and maybe rainy. But just a hint of rain and wind here so far. I love...

Welcome oh fire

First fire this morning. We would have had one earlier, but the stove was being maintained by Sam. A special gasket was needed, which took its time getting to us from somewhere. We got...

Garden days, cloth dreams

Rain. Lots of it. And thunder. I scurried around yesterday afternoon to spread hay mulch and do some ongoing garden cleanup. Harvest the rest of the bumper cucumber crop and remove the dead vines....

Affinities

Continuing my squares construction effort in the mornings. I’m up to 33 two-inch squares. Some are from Jude’s threadcrumbs moons and shapes. Some are from Deb Lacativa’s dyed patches. Some are random stash cloth...

October wonders

I ordered new glasses today. A big milestone and relief. It’s a long story I won’t go into right now. I took a late afternoon walk as clouds rolled in. I noticed this view...

Playing with color

I bought some “real” weaving yarn – Array from Gist Yarns. It’s new and made in the USA. I wanted to experience what weaving is like with non-knitting yarn. When I ordered, all they...