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by ysoldateague November 01, 2010

One of the things that I’ve wanted to include in Little Red in the City from the beginning is a little of the story behind each design. For that purpose I’ve spent the evening photographing sketches for the wonderful Julie to include as she lays out the pattern pages. I found some from years ago that contain elements of the current designs which was kind of fascinating, sometimes ideas take a long time to percolate without me really noticing. And then I found several things like this. No, I have no idea what it means but at one point I was clearly very sure that it made sense!
happy halloween

Oh well, I don’t suppose it matters whether my notebook scribblings make sense because the sweater this was for worked out fine.

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