knitnana: Oh! Thank you!

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Monday, April 20, 2009

Oh! Thank you!

For all your kind and lovely comments on the Sundry Cases. I appreciate them!

I'll tell you this: anyone who wants to make Nana Sadie Rose a line-item in their budget? I'm delighted to oblige. lolol!

For those who say that they "can't do zippers?" Well, so did I. I guess practice, practice, practice is my best advice...(and practice on things that don't matter).

And realize that NONE of us is perfect. We do the best we can. We are not machines (whew!). As such, anyone who purchases a handcrafted item knows going in there will be variations and idiosyncracies that make my products (and yours) endearing and special. (This is another way of saying that I am one who ascribes to the Amish Error theory...I can't, and won't, make anything that's perfection - there must be space for the divine to leave my work - an Amish Error).

However, if you choose not to look for it? So much the better! *wink* And know that I will, to the best of my ability create a product for you that has the greatest attention to detail that I can possibly provide...because I love what I do!


Anonymous Anonymous said...

I can't imagine you making a mistake. Now my sewing on the other hand is riddled with errors. :)

12:16 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

We know you love what you shows!

8:11 AM  
Blogger Knitting Linguist said...

And it shows! I love the Amish error thing; it's amazing how many different cultures that shows up in. Many of the Navajo rugs we saw the other week have a "spirit line"; a line in the pattern that unexpectedly runs out to the edge of the rug, in order to let the spirits escape the rug and not be trapped.

11:27 AM  

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