Posts filed in: March 2012

Quilt4

Coming Together

Yesterday evening, around 6:20 p.m. End of Day 2 on the quilt.
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Hyacinth1

Questions

I had a nice day yesterday. I think fabric shopping is the best, most fun, and most wonderful activity. Extremely relaxing. I thought about fabric a lot yesterday. Isn't it weird that humans like to look at stuff (plants) and...
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Quilt2

Virtual Quilt

I was playing with the cross stitch program I use (PC Stitch) this morning and started putting together a virtual quilt. I've never really planned a quilt before, or even made one that was sort of complicated. Now I kind...
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Sandwich1

Dinner Sandwich

I frequently express my congratulations to Andy Paulson, because I'm just so dang happy for him that he had the good sense to marry a girl that makes him croque monsieurs on a whim. Yup, I'm cool like that.
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Farm1a

A Little Farm

Our friends Brady and Peter recently bought a little farm at the edge of the piney woods. It came with an apple orchard, a big gray barn, a flock of sheep, and a hen, but no name. Any ideas? It's...
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Light10

76,425,160.

"If you're gonna take my picture then you gotta tell the people about my high score."
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Antler4

Silverlights

Gah. This time of year. I'll call it freezing, with floral accents. It's very, very, very, very gray, and cold, outside. The light reads periwinkle. Everything's periwinkle. I've been knitting a cowl for, oh, ever. This is from the top...
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PrettyLight3

A Little Spring Snow

Oh, that made me laugh! Thank you for the hilarious comments on Andy's post. That was really sweet. He cracks me up. I love him. Over the weekend there was a sunset. (Only Portlanders will know why that word is...
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Clover2

cross stitch is easyish

Hi everybody! It's Andy again! Woot woot. Well I had an adventure trying out the new kit. I will illustrate how I felt during each stage (I identified 3). Let's call the first stage Readiness: That's right. Ready for anything,...
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Fence1

Greening

A morning walk to the bakery for Irish soda bread. Things are starting to sprout. I took that first photo through the slats of someone's fence. I love this time of year. Except that it's supposed to rain cold rain...
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embroidered A

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My name is Alicia Paulson
and I love to make things. I live with my husband and daughter in Portland, Oregon, and design sewing, embroidery, knitting, and crochet patterns. See more about me at aliciapaulson.com

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Since August of 2011 I've been using a Canon EOS 60D with an EF 18-200mm kit lens and an EF 100mm f/2.8 Macro lens.