I took a peek over at Levenger and stumbled across Electronic Bookography.
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Confessions of an Ugly Stepsister, Gregory Maguire, 368 pages. For once, I liked a Maguire book.* In late May or early June, I read Girl with a Pearl Earring, so I couldn’t help but notice some similarities between the two books.
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Black/white photos, and featurettes about several designers (eg: Kaffe Fassett, Kim Hargreaves, Sasha Kagan, etc.).
Sweaters or cardi only, and mostly oversized (matches the book, I guess?). Lots of intarsia, some aran/cables.
Great guy sweater: “Men’s Herringbone Sweater” by Artwork (Jane and Patrick Gottelieb), page 19.
I will be honest. I cringed inwardly when I saw the topic for The Amazing Lace Challenge #3. I enjoy reading poetry now and then. But writing poetry? That’s definitely a challenge for me. I had to think about it for a while. I scribbled various English words. I read Catullus, Homer, and Ovid to [...]
I would have posted sooner about my birthday but I was overtaken with a fierce attack of purging (the organize and simplify kind!). I finally sat down and took some pictures today.
There’s a Birthday meme floating around blogland. Look up your birthday (month and day) at Wikipedia to see what happened on that day. The number varies, but usually you’re to post three of each: events, births and deaths. There’s no way I will be able to limit myself to just 3 each, so I’ll list [...]
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In a previous phase of my life, I created letterstyles for use with Incredimail. I bookmarked many artists’ websites because some artists will grant permission for their images to be used in email stationery.
Last weekend, I came across an artist’s site I’d bookmarked and there was new stuff, including a Zodiac Garden series.
I was surprised to find a package from Atlantis (my 1SSP) in the mail on Saturday. I squealed and was about to rip it open when I saw this:
X-tremely FAST shopping, that is.
I found the SRP through Chris and signed up. My goal is to read 40 books by August 31. I’ve always been a voracious reader; Mom says I started reading when I was 3 years old. Then, I loved comic books (Archie and the gang, Uncle $crooge (my favorite) and the rest of the Disney [...]