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  1. This is such a revealing way to think about Fair Isle motifs. The idea that a wall can be turned into patterns makes me want to walk around town looking for repeats. I thought of this when designing The Grand Canal Tam ( because all I wanted was patterns of water. And then I had the challenge of having that water rush to the middle because of crown decreases.

  2. I can’t figure out how to send you this foto of canal water…..and can’t seem to find an email address on your blog. Can you send me an email to and then I can send it back with the foto. You will be amazed how beautiful and inspiring the water color and the seaweed are. I am sure it sounded great too as the big boats passed along.

    Also, you might remember me from the Woovember contest a few years ago. I won a prize for my foto of tams with a tam frames and a drill.

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