In Sunday's edition of the The Oregonian, Inara Verzemnieks stitched a warming account of Marie Watt's most recent sewing circle. The artist (and mother of Mr. McIsaac's daughter, Maxine) sustains her blanket dialogues; this time titled, "Forget-Me-Not: Mothers and Sons." Ms. Watt and her phalanx weaves a woolen web of handmade portraits of every Oregon serviceman killed in the Iraq War, while honoring women passed as remembered by her male associates. The fellows of Pinch, including a young Logan Hillerns, are, as always, proud to be involved.
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