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Granny’s scarf – I think.

It took me the better part of the afternoon, but I made my first scarf today.  I pieced together some coordinating fabrics for the front and used a solid-color flannel for the back.  I also got to try out a technique that I had tested yesterday on scraps – polymer clay appliqué onto fabric.  I […]

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Evolution of a color scheme – step four

If you recall, we are trying to create a color scheme in clay that will evoke the same emotional response as this mosaic. We’ve selected the colors we want to replicate and now must decide what packages of clay we need to get us started. I do all of my caning in Sculpey III (read […]

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I love it when he rips his pants

Yep, another knee blown out, another skirt for me. Woo hoo! Neil came home from Capclave Sunday night with the news that he’d worn through the knee on another pair of pants. I’m sorry for his wardrobe’s loss, but I’d be lying if I said it wasn’t good news for my wardrobe. I know I […]

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Evolution of a color scheme – step three

If you recall, last time we used three online color palette generators to help us pull the dominant colors out of our mosaic. Now our job is to pick our favorite choices from those palettes, narrow them down to three main hues, and determine our final colors. I pulled all three palettes into Paint Shop […]

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