August 2020

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This video is an update on craft projects and creative work accomplished during the month of August.

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— Tropical storm Isaias footage from outside my front window

— Blue cotton yarn spun by mill, plied by me on the Ashford Kiwi 2 wheel.

— Making toast outside with my brother while we didn’t have power after Isaias

— Halloween tank top using a slightly modified Lagos Tank pattern from Itch to Stitch – https://itch-to-stitch.com/product/lago-tank-digital-sewing-pattern-pdf/

— Salazar Slytherin 990 AD – hand sewing the shirt

— Framing some favourite stamps in mounts from my stamp collection

— Gift Quilt for a friend. Half-square triangle motifs sandwiched individually to be quilted singly and joined via sashing.

— The deer who has no cares for the three loudly barking dogs not heard in this clip

— Inkle loom weaving on an inkle loom from the bestest Caleisha @nadiratani using some natural dye experiment yarn

— Cutting out and pinning the mock up fabric for the black vest project

— Taking notes for the dye sampling that needs to be done for Salazar Slytherin 990 AD

— Linen/rayon bathrobe. Self drafted off of an existing bathroom in linen/rayon fabric.

— The garden towards the end of August

— Loop Fiber Studios fiber bullseye bump in the Heartfelt colorway – Merino/angelina/nylon blend – spun on an Ashford Kiwi 2 spinning wheel

— Coloring a page from a Star Wars coloring book

— Footage from a tornado watch storm after our county was given the clear by local weather

— Maple scented candle that gives me flashbacks to childhood field trips to the local forest ranger’s house because he taps maples and makes syrup. If you ever have the chance to have a taste of straight maple sap, do it. It’s delicious.

— City Limits by Samantha Guerin – Classic Elite Yarns MountainTop Crestone “5144 Gray” – US 6/4.0 mm – https://www.samanthaguerindesign.com/city-limits

— Harvesting black beans from the garden


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Transcript:

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[mechanical hum and dial tone fades in and out]

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Hello and welcome to the

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video for August. I am Adrian. I use

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masculine pronouns and this

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is my To Do board in the craft room. I

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just wanted to go over it

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very quickly with you before the start

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of the video

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so that there is some context for the

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clips that you will be seeing, I suppose.

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In my knitting deadlines, we have the

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same

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two items. I’m still working on the City

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Limits

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sweater, uh, for “Rhinebeck”

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in October. For

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Salazar Slytherin 990

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AD, I need to do the dye

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samples for the BFL to use as the

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warp for my weaving of the

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tunic of that- um

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costume. That’s the word I’m looking for.

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It’s hot. I’ve also cut out

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the shirt and the brais,

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so I need to sew those, which is why they

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are now

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single line items on the board. I also

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have

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still going my jelly roll rug

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that I am hand stitching together. I am

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near the end of the yellow orange moving

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into the yellow, which is very exciting.

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And over in To Do are the

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current things that I will be focusing

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on,

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other than these items. We have

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actually deal with the swatch for the

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cotton

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machine knit shirt that I want to do.

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The swatch is done. I just gotta do the

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swatch

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things. We have the quilt. I need to quilt

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the quilt.

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Also, cut the sashing and then assemble.

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This quilt is being

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quilted in nine different pieces

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so that I don’t have to fight with the

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sewing machine

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and then what I didn’t get to last month

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was the

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black vest. This is based off of

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the fitting I did for

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the vest I made for my sister’s wedding.

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There are some tweaks I want to make

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to it so I need to do a mock-up of the

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changes that I made.

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And then once I’m satisfied with the

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mock-up, cut

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and sew the

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new black vest. This list,

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if I get distracted, will likely change

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throughout

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the month and we’ll go over it again at

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the end of the month

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to see how I did. So,

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that’s it for now. I will see you at the

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end of the video.

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[“Precious Memories by Shane Ivers. “A beautiful, uplifting, emotional, and inspiring solo piano track.”]

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[Music]

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[“Summer Rain” by Shane Ivers. “A gentle, uplifting piano track. Very calming and positive.”]

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[Music]

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All right. It is the end of

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August. Let’s go over the board and see

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how I did.

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So, for the first column on the board,

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nothing really has changed. I am working

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on

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the City Limits sweater. I’m working on

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the shirt and the brais for Salazar

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Slytherin, but I haven’t done the dye

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samples.

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I just didn’t find the time to

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set up all the dye equipment and do dye

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sampling.

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Also, natural dyeing hasn’t really

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gone anywhere and I think I’m going to

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take black beans off of this list. I have

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done black bean dyeing before.

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I had a vague impression in my mind that

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I wanted

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more of that purpley blue

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for my natural dye stash, but i haven’t

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figured out what I’m doing with my

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natural dye stash yet. So

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I’m just gonna take that off the list

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and just

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change this so it just says marigolds

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and lichen. I am planning to do the

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lichen dye within the next month or so

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uh because I have to do it outside. The

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lichen is sitting in an ammonia water

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solution, so it’s not something you

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really want to be

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cooking indoors. And then the marigolds

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depends on my marigold harvest for

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this year. I have a sweater’s quantity

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that I want to dye with marigolds,

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but I need to have enough materials to

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dye five skeins of 100

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grams fingering weight yarn. Jelly roll

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rug has not had much progress

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because when I have been hand sewing,

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I’ve been

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focusing more on the shirt for Salazar

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Slytherin,

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since it’s less of a long-term project

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than the rug. In the To Do column,

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I have finally done the things with the

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machine knit cotton swatch. I have taken

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the swatch information.

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I have drafted out my pattern. This is a

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self-drafted pattern based on the

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techniques in Sally Melville’s

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Essentials of Knitting.

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I drafted a sweater pattern last year

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for a, you know, traditional

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stockinette stitch long sleeve set in

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sleeve

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sweater using my hand spun and I really

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liked how that fit.

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So I’m basically using the same draft,

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but with

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short sleeves since this cotton sweater

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is more meant to be

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a spring/summer garment. We can move

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forward with that project, finally.

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I have my page printed out. I’ve got my

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notes all set.

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So it’s just getting that project

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started. Quilting-

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you can see I’ve had to break down the

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quilting again.

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I was getting frustrated that I didn’t

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have anything to cross off, so I will be

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rewriting that to include my

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new set of breakdowns. I’m attempting to

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use

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quilting thread stash, so

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I’m using different colors for different

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sections

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of the quilting on these quilt squares.

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You’ll have seen

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in previous clips that I did use yellow

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on the central motif. I used a

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light blue around the motif. I’m using a

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navy blue

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in the blue borders and I’m using a red

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for the red

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border. So I’ve broken the quilting down

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by

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basically each section. Black vest has

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gone nowhere. I’m at the point with this

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quilt where

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the end is in sight,

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so I am spending more time working on

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the quilt than

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any other sewing projects at the moment.

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So that will likely just

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stay there for a while. So that says

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machine knit shirt pattern

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draft, which means that I actually

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completed the draft. Instead of rewriting

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the column, I just tacked it on at the

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end when I was ready to get to that

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point.

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At the bottom here are two items that

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were not previously

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on the list at the beginning of the

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month. One is a

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tank top. I have a bin of

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knit fabrics that I have used for tank

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tops and long sleeve t-shirts

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and there’s a particular Halloween print

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from the kids section of Jo-Anne’s with

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glow-in-the-dark moons that I made a

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long sleeve shirt out of

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and the fabric was sitting at the end of

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the bin so I could see it.

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And it got me thinking that I probably

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have enough to do

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a tank top for myself, so I did that.

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I’m not 100% pleased with the tank top.

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There’s some weirdness going on with the

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neckline.

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I think I may just have to tack it down

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by hand so it doesn’t flip out

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because this fabric is very, very thick

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and, frankly, has a

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lot of nylon in it. So it’s hard to fit

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more than three layers of it under the

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presser foot and get consistently good

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stitches.

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So I may have to just tack that down by

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hand at some point.

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And then the last thing is a linen

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bathrobe.

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I didn’t actually end up going for a

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full 100% linen. I ended up going with a

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linen/rayon

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blend because it was cheaper

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and it’s a bathrobe, but it became a

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necessity

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over the course of this summer because

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my usual bathrobe,

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which is probably polyester. It’s one of

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those ones that I got-

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actually I got it as part of an Arthur

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Dent cosplay back in high school

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and it’s been a functional bathroom ever

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since. And because the summer has been

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so incredibly hot- record-breaking hot

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for the state of Connecticut-

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I would get something like a heat rash

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on my shoulders and chest and arms

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after wearing it on these hot and humid

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days. So I needed something out of

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more of a natural fiber so that,

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you know, any heat from the shower or my

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body could like

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escape the bathrobe. I

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um just quickly drafted the pattern off

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of my existing bathrobe.

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It’s not like there’s a whole ton of fit

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involved in a

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bathrobe. So I now have a bathrobe

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pattern, so that’s great.

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I drafted it quickly off of that, ordered

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the fabric.

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It came in. I whipped it up in

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two or three days, sort of ignoring all

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my other sewing projects because it was

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something that I

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actually needed. That’s been crossed off

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and

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nothing’s moving from the future column

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over to any of the other columns

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at this point. So overall,

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fairly good progress. Crossed off some

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stuff that I needed to do

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and broke down some stuff that was not

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broken down properly on my board before.

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And one more quick announcement that I

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don’t think has been addressed on

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previous videos or Instagram, but in

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light of what’s been happening with

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Ravelry

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and the inaccessible nature of the

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current-

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web design is the word that I’m looking

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for. I have

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uh changed the couple of patterns that

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I’ve had

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on there to free. So all of my patterns

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are now free on Ravelry and they can all

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be

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found for free to download on my website

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freakishlemon.com.

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If you don’t know, there’s a page called

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downloads.

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Just go in there and download it. And on

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this page, I

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just want to mention that I do have a

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ko-fi account link,

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if you would like to tip me for the work

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done for those patterns.

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I don’t make living off of these

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patterns. These are just a hobby, but if

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you would like to show

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some appreciation for the work that I

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put into them, please feel free to do so

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through that link. And that’s gonna do it

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for

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August. The neighbor’s dog is barking. My

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dog is suspiciously quiet about it.

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I better find out where she is. I’ll see

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you in the

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next video. Goodbye.

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“Summer Rain” by Shane Ivers repeats.

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[Music]

 

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