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A Girl and a Cowl

I’ve been having a such a hard time getting pictures of my makes. I was supposed to get pictures of my Rhinebeck shawl in Rhinebeck but M wasn’t feeling very well so we just hurried home. Since, I just haven’t

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The Two Last Tops

The last two tops! These were actually the first ones made but who’s keeping track, right? This is my first try on the Bobbie V-neck. It’s made from the Liberty jersey that V chose. So it was supposed to be

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Kitty Tops!

Sharing all these tops out of order feels a little weird. I just haven’t pushed the girls to wear them. I just get pictures when they do. Good thing they like to match! The other day, E and V wore

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Good Thing I Love That Child…

Because this pattern… Ugh. I hesitated to name the pattern company because I rarely see people actually naming the pattern companies they have issues with. But they deserve my criticism and I paid for this pattern. Anyway. It’s the Amelia

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A Couple Baseball Tees

I went through a short blitz of sewing tops for the girls while they were at camp, hoping to finish up some stashed fabric. (Spoiler alert: I didn’t.) They each got 2. One of them was the T-shirt V is

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Three Things

There’s this top I made myself before our trip. There are three tea towels that I dyed almost a month ago. And there’s yarn that I finished spinning a week ago. None of these things felt like it required its

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Easy Maxi Dress

After making those pants for E, I felt like I should make V something as well. So on the way back from school one day, I talked to her about what she might like. A maxi dress. I forget the

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