When I was a kid my dad listened to talk radio. Most of it bored me. But one show was quite amusing: the hosts were Deminski and Doyle, and they had a segment they called the "Hour of Duh". (I can't find the Hour of Duh online now... I wonder if I'm mis-remembering, or if I've fallen into one of those unpredictable holes in the internet... stuff that hasn't made it online yet.)
Well, today I'm going to tell you about a project that has been my hour of duh.
My client arrived with several large scraps of blanket-weight felted wool, in a large-scale charcoal plaid. The pieces were odd shapes, like they'd been trimmed from something. He also had a pair of pajama pants, and he wanted to make the wool into a new pair of pajama pants based on the existing pair.
Quilting, dressmaking, and history plied with the needle...
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