Posts filed in: Embroidery

29Tree1

Winterlikes

I like winter. I like wool socks and toasted oatmeal and the rocking chair in front of the fireplace and a warm little baby cheek on my chest. I like beeswax candles that smell like golden honey and glow through...
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Room1

Shine Bright

We are each growing and changing so much every day. Outside our windows, autumn leaves shine bright — it's the prettiest autumn I can remember here in a long time.We've been getting out for a walk every day since it...
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WinterCabin1

Winter Cabin Ornament Kits, and a New Web Shop!

Hello! Do you like bluebirds? And tea kettles? And lighted windows? I do!!! Introducing my new 2012 ornament-making kit: WINTER CABIN: There is a Lighted Window, to welcome all passersby . . . There is a Western Bluebird, to provide...
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Dahlias1

Summer

Ah, yes. It speeds up now. I remember.
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MyShawl2

Works in Progress

I finished my own Alpine Frost shawl over the weekend. I had actually started mine a few months ago and I liked it so much I wanted to make one for Julie's birthday. When hers was finished I immediately went...
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BooksYouRecommendedThankYou1

Indoor

Summer seems to have truly arrived! I know this because I've had my air conditioner on for two days and am afraid to leave the house. Thank you so much for all of your incredibly kind comments yesterday. xoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoooooo I...
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Kitters2

New Systems

It feels like we're in the middle of a winter twilight this morning. In the yard the air smells like the rainy woods. It's been raining on and off for days, and the light is so dim all I can...
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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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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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Bread1

Bread Flower

Playing with designs inspired by Mrs. Delany. I'll have more to say about them, and her, when I get my thoughts sorted out. For now I've been experimenting with interpreting some of her collages onto grids, and messing around with...
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embroidered A

About

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.