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making things

by ysoldateague August 30, 2005

corset pullover complete
this is it blocking – still haven’t done the lace

hopeful sweater body

hopeful is going well

and this is what I made while playing with the roving and felting needles sheena brought me
irkle - needle felted doll
irkle - needle felted doll (spooky)

I saw Amanda Palmer (of the dresden dolls) doing a rather unrehearsed but great performance with lots of other people – among them the adorable regina spektor (who is amazing because she has spektris on her site, yes I was once addicted to tetris – not the sole reason for her amazingness by all means) – last tuesday at the new bongo club (shh… I didn’t really go there, actually i9t wasn’t as bad as I expected just not the same as the old one)

and yesterday…
we saw the pixies!!!

anyways I leave you to contemplate how great that was more details on all of this tomorrow when I’m bored at work rather than sleepy and in need of bed
xxx

ysoldateague
ysoldateague



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