Author Archives: Marilyn aka Pandagirl

Lace and Stars

After trying a few lace crochet samples, I finally graduated from making crochet samples to actually making things.  But first the lace.  This lilac one is Marielle lace which would be ideal for an airy scarf. The Duchess lace is … Continue reading

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2017 Second Quarter Challenge

At the beginning of this quarter, Ann had posted about this quarters challenge theme being early Celtic. https://feltingandfiberstudio.com/2017/03/31/second-quarter-challenge-3/ I thought a lot about it and had several ideas, but wasn’t sure I could pull them off.  One of them was … Continue reading

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Textile Journey in Norway

Today we have a Guest post from Cathy Wycliff (Luvswool) on her textile journey in Norway. Norway has been recently named the country with the “Happiest People” in the World. My May vacation to Norway was a nature lover’s dream, … Continue reading

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A Glimpse of Free Motion Class Projects

I took Ruth’s Free Motion Stitching on Felt class in March. While I have done some free motion before,  it was good for me to stay on task to practice and learn some more about it.  We covered the basics … Continue reading

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More Crochet Adventures

I took up Lyn’s challenge to crochet a wool bowl then felt it.  I got as far as making a small bowl.  I haven’t had time to felt it yet, but will show you the results when I do.  It’s … Continue reading

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So What Have I Made Lately?

I know I’ve been a little crochet sample crazy lately.  But I have actually made some crochet beanies. On April 11, our newest Grandson Ken arrived about 8 weeks early.  So, I was inspired to make some little hats. Not … Continue reading

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More Crochet Textures

I continue to be fascinated with the variety of textures that be created with crochet. While some look similar there are subtle variations that make them unique. This is the Crunch stitch.  It is a tight pattern that looks similar … Continue reading

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