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Hazel
Seattle, WA
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Ok, you've got me wanting to knit something bigger than socks...it's been a while. Those beans are so pretty. I saw a car the other day and couldn't make out it's color...yellow? green? khaki? My friend laughed, "Only you would stand here debating colors!"
Toggle Commented 3 hours ago on y is for yellow, yes, and yarn at bee creative
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It was, loud and clear! 53
Toggle Commented 3 hours ago on moon blue at handstories
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A few new pieces are in the shop for the last update of summer. With Blue gone, Moon's work schedule changed, and K. vacationing at home this week, these last days of summer feel loose and a little lost. Transitions and I have not always been good playmates in the... Continue reading
Posted 4 hours ago at handstories
I am both sad and glad about the aging thing. Your Wonder Cat is very swell.
Toggle Commented 20 hours ago on Suddenly at Spirit Cloth
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How things can change with time and perspective, thanks for seeing Liz.
Toggle Commented yesterday on moon blue at handstories
and stitching them.
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It is, on the mamas especially, but I may be biased.
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The sadness is calmer, and quieter now!
Toggle Commented 2 days ago on moon blue at handstories
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Almost five am. Woke up over an hour ago. Just before Blue's alarm went off. An early flight for him. K. is dropping him off at the airport right now. Gone until Christmas. Back to Ohio, for his senior year. One more year and then who knows? This piece was... Continue reading
Posted 2 days ago at handstories
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What a fun idea- cloth caches! Thank you for visiting here, Barbara!
Toggle Commented 3 days ago on what day is it??? at handstories
Yes, I can see that all is fine enough now, a much clearer picture than the tear-blurred one I had when he first left for college! Thank you, Joanne.
Toggle Commented 3 days ago on home star at handstories
A mantra for holding one's self together...thoughts for you, oxo
Toggle Commented 3 days ago on home star at handstories
Yes, and don't get me wrong, I do like some city now and then (I live in one!). I think everyone got some of what they wished for.
Toggle Commented 3 days ago on home star at handstories
They are so mixed, thank you, Dana.
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Thanks, Mo, it's good to step out of my blue box now & then.
Toggle Commented 3 days ago on home star at handstories
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A star stitched on the road during our family vacation this last week. K. and I had wished for a quiet island getaway, but the boys voted for city life, they wanted to "DO" things. Fine. I wrote up a list of possible activities in the places we would be,... Continue reading
Posted 4 days ago at handstories
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Tree as a gateway, very cool idea.
Toggle Commented 4 days ago on parenting (& cloth) at handstories
It’s all so much, barely containable, full of joy, fear & wonder. Wishing your new little one a joyful easy safe arrival.
Toggle Commented 4 days ago on parenting (& cloth) at handstories
Very valuable, both veggies & vacation! Your video vibrates with delight!
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All of our truths gathered together, wouldn't that be so swell? How deep it would be...
Toggle Commented Aug 10, 2019 on wear, and what if (?) and huh? at Spirit Cloth
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If only stars could be put in a bottle for us all to gulp down.
Toggle Commented Aug 10, 2019 on parenting (& cloth) at handstories
One of my self-centering strategies, thank you.
Toggle Commented Aug 10, 2019 on parenting (& cloth) at handstories
Oh, what a brilliant way to think about parenting!
Toggle Commented Aug 10, 2019 on parenting (& cloth) at handstories
Knotholes have always held a fascination, their appearance and the why & how of them. I really like the idea of the unlimited, for cloth and children.
Toggle Commented Aug 10, 2019 on parenting (& cloth) at handstories
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With the first layer there are hopes and dreams, imagining how it might be, and even the fun of the unknown. You try to make things light and beautiful. And then new things are layered on, adding depth and mystery, and the unknown can take on an ominous feeling. And... Continue reading
Posted Aug 9, 2019 at handstories
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