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Jasmin has picked the Daybreak for her car knitting. Gigi finished a preemie had with yarn from her goodie bag from the Cognitive Fiber Retreat. We mention Dream in Color in the colorway Purple Rain, and the Petra cardigan.
We are getting ready for the knitting part of our SPAKAL
Jasmin is planning to sew Colette nursing tops, and we reference Nancy Ziemans new
book, Pattern Fitting With Confidence.
Gigi hemmed a napkin using a pulled thread technique: "Hohlsaum" , with linen that Jasmin bought at Mood fabric in LA.