February 15, 2013

Baby Alligators at a farm in the Florida Everglades. See post about it here.



August 12, 2012

Close-up of a knitted purse with red beads.


January 2012

Paddleboarding in January with the Boogedy during a visit from Uncle Kirk.


November 8, 2011

Pink flowers from the great big bush near our local playground. Their leaves fold up at night.


June 14, 2011

Mangoes from our neighbor’s tree, Key West Florida.


December 1, 2010

A close-up of a hand-knitted stocking for Zach, x-mas 2010.


October 28, 2010

A rain-bedraggled hibiscus in my Key West garden.


June 27, 2010

Rain on a palm front outside my bedroom window, Panama City Beach, Florida.


April 21, 2010

A close-up from my favorite project ever, “Fingerless Blitz-ens”, story and more photos here.


October 13, 2009

A detail of a hideous baby hat (made with gorgeous yarn!) that I won’t be giving away.



July 2009

Rosemary Beach Florida



May 18, 2009

A pink flowering tree from my Jordan River Bike Ride



April 14, 2009

A detail from my mom’s quilt, “Florida Sunshine



April 8, 2009

This is a peek into a “stash-busting” project I am currently working on. I’ll post the finished product as soon as it’s ready.



March 5, 2009

A box elder bug seen on the sidewalk on a warmish spring day, 3/4/09.



February 5, 2009

Detail of Hyperbolic Sunset Pants, Story here



January 24, 2009

Detail of zach’s viking hat…seen inside-out, here



January 6, 2009

This is a detail of a hat I made for Jeremiah. See the whole thing here.



October 24, 2008

This is a great fabric I’ve had in my stash for a few years. I’ll find out who made it if you ask!


October 20, 2008

This is a detail of some gorgeous orchids on my desk.


July 21, 2008

This is a detail from the quilt that covers my bed now “Six Years in Purgatory”. I started this quilt in 2001 and finished in 2007. During the majority of that time, it was a finished quilt top, lacking only to be tied and bound. It spend those years in a cardboard box, moving from here to there all over San Francisco and LA. It now matches my bedroom perfectly (I have daiquiri ice colored walls!). Here is an OLD photo: a full view of the unfinished quilt…the colors are much more vibrant in real life.


May 29, 2008

We went for a hike in Zion National Park on Memorial Day. I snapped this photo of a young horsetail plant. I love how it looked, so bright and vibrant against the redrock.

May 14, 2008

This header shows the blooms of a plant that hangs above my desk. The perfectly star-shaped blossoms have a central pink part that looks just like czech glass beads.

Before they bloomed, they looked like this:

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