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2004.01.16

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teresa

Oh, wow! That is so great. I love geometric patterns like that. Just YUMMY.

Charleen

Thanks for the closeup of the huppah. Overshot has always intrigued me - I just haven't gotten up the nerve to try it!

Carolyn

I love the huppah! And the blankets. Did you weave the huppah in panels or in one piece? I've done some, but not alot of overshot. Maybe there's a coverlet in my future.

Catherine D.

The huppah was in two panels, and I handsewed them together. I wish I could have used a wool pattern weft, but that's not kosher.

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Lace work

  • Beaded shawl
    A collection of knitted lace shawls, stoles and wimples. Many were done in handspun yarn. Click on an image for a larger picture and description, plus charts for some.

Socks and small knits

  • Keesmere Ski Hat
    These are all handknitted socks and other small items. Most of these were knitted from my own handspun yarn. Click on an image for a larger picture and description, plus charts for some.

    (Most of the Celtic designs came from Celtic Charted Designs by Co Spinhoven, an excellent and inexpensive resource.)

Doll Knits

  • Short sleeve sweater
    A collection of (mostly) knitted doll clothing.

Sweaters

  • Infant's Aran pullover
    Back in the dark ages (as in pre-1987), I used to knit sweaters. Nowadays, I rarely do, so I'll use this album to record some of what I have done and may yet to be.

Blankets and woven items

  • Shadow weave plaid towel
    Mostly handwoven items, mostly from commercial yarns.

Yarns and fiber

  • Storm Clouds yarn
    An assortment of fibers and handspun yarns.

Variegated Dyeing

  • Step 1
    A Math Geek Does Variegated Dyeing