Posts Tagged ‘bamboo’

I have just put a few new pieces in the shop. You might notice I am anxious for warmer weather. sigh.

I also added a few zipper pouches and a new organic essentia satchel in espresso brown, as well as a Rogue in organic red cherry twill the other day, so come have a look! I hope you are having a wonderful weekend with a fair amount of relaxing and a whole lot of fun.





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… is a little later than I projected, but projections are just that…

Organic Bamboo + Organic Cotton

Organic Bamboo + Organic Cotton

It’s been a great week or so experimenting with shapes and fabrics and trying new things. I didn’t complete as much as I had hoped, but I am brimming with ideas and in addition to what has been completed, I have a number of other pieces in the making. Today we photographed much of what was needed, so I hope to get them posted in the shop by Wednesday. I’ll post an update here when I know for sure!

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I have been wanting to learn to knit again for months, and just could not justify the seeming time involved, with all the other things I have going on. Well, I FINALLY said to HECK with that whole concept of “not enough time”- I just want want to learn to knit : ) I have learned to knit in the past… twice… and never stuck to it long enough to where it became natural. I feel I am different than I used to be. infusion has changed me. My focus is longer and deeper, and my ability to pick up new skills is sharper and swifter.

I bought a simple book on the knitting basics yesterday, and looked it over briefly before going to bed. Today I dug out my wool yarn, tracked down my bamboo knitting needles, sat down comfortably with book at my side, and within 20 minutes I was back on track. I am excited to assemble this into my morning routine. Mornings are a slow and quiet time for me. I often try to force myself to get my sewing orders done earlier than I am ready. I am a NIGHT worker. So why press my mornings? Right?

Excitedly knitting anew : ) …..

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