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September 14, 2007

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sosser

i love that work room! such a blank canvas, very monastic. that is a fantastic skirt for a first timer - great job!

jeanne

Oh, that table, where on earth did you find that treasure??? I'd be in your house sewing while you were gone if I were closer. It is a wonderful space with so much light, and the skirt aint too shabby either! My washer and dryer have resided behind floor to ceilings for years now without any complaints. And, oh, yes, are you wearing penny loafers with those knee socks?? Just a fantasy of my dear husbands, I'll let your mind wander without details!!!! Enjoy your weekend.

jeanne

Oh, that table, where on earth did you find that treasure??? I'd be in your house sewing while you were gone if I were closer. It is a wonderful space with so much light, and the skirt aint too shabby either! My washer and dryer have resided behind floor to ceilings for years now without any complaints. And, oh, yes, are you wearing penny loafers with those knee socks?? Just a fantasy of my dear husbands, I'll let your mind wander without details!!!! Enjoy your weekend.

Sheri

mmmmm. love that table!

Sheri

mmmmm. love that table!

lisa s

the pleat is pretty great! wow.....

yes! the fair is running stron on sunday - i'm not sure what the admission is though.... and if you don't see my pieces right away - ASK them. they change the room around all the time - or hide things away - so :) if you make it let me know what you think of the whole thing. i'm so interested in MANY of th galleries showing.....

have a great weekend!

jen

love the skirt and knee sock combo! and that table, wow.

Nik

GREAT JOB ON THE SKIRT ANDY!
Thanks for the phone call today, it was so good to hear you. Sorry we got cut short... although I keep telling myself it's ok, I can always stalk you over the internet.

[insert maniacal laughter here]

andrea (scout)

sosser: you know, 'monastic' just might be the perfect word to describe it. :) i definately tend toward the meditative and minimalist, but think i may've gone overboard with the hiding of the clutter here. i think it's time to hang the art and make it a bit more vibrant...

jeanne: i completely forgot to mention that the table came from the antique store below our apt--my very first purchase there. the owner, who's name is also andrea, was using it to hold odds and ends and her customers (who tend to be very shi-shi) weren't interested in it: 'too rustic.' i offered to take it off her hands. :) and yes. yes i AM wearing penny loafers. but they have a slight heel and funky stiching. so they're modern penny loafers, i guess? shhh. don't tell the husbands.

sheri: thank you! i think me and mr. old/tall table were meant to be together.

lisa: thanks for the pleat love. it makes a nice swooshing sound when you kick your knees out. aaron and i are definately going to the art fair tomorrow (a little sunday afternoon date), and i'll write you all about it soon.

jen: i have never been able to resist the one/two punch of the skirt-kneesock combo. they put the chic in geek. :)

and nik: i expect nothing less from you than good old-fashioned internet stalking.

Eunice

that's such a great use of space for a work room. must find one at my new house.

love the skirt, too. i'm very much a skirt and boot girl in the fall, and your look warms the cockles of my heart :)

p.s. congrats on the job!

p.p.s. on learning new things...i have no idea how things get done, either. but if it looks good, and it works well, i say, don't mess with it. :)

Green Chair Studio

Absolutely LOVE the studio space - beautiful! (It does however make me painfully aware of how cluttered my studio currently is!) And I was totally inspired to pick up some knee socks while shopping at Target yesterday :) Awesome job on the skirt. I've been so eager for fall and fall clothing and now this week we are having 80+ degree weather here again... (Congrats on the new job too!)

gracia

A great space to work and a super looking table too. And whilst on a roll, a brilliant pleat to boot.
see you, grache xo

shari

finally catching up. love your farm table and your studio space. and that skirt. i think it's adorable. xo

Nadia Lewis

That's so funny -- I made a skirt just like that a few weeks ago, except with two pleats, one over each leg.

Great minds think alike, neh?

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