I started sewing the circles down. It's a by hand thing which honestly I like but as I was putting it away I looked. It took one night to do 9 and that's just a corner. What did I get myself into? What was I thinking making a queen size like this? Well the good thing about this stuff is there is no deadline.
I also washed all of that yarn I spun during the Tour de Fleece.
And there's another knitter in the house
Her first knitting. She learned and kept going until she finished and learned how to bind off :) She already has something lined up. She wants to make a hat and socks. Between the two of them I might just have to lock my stash up
Went running this morning. Just a short run ( time constraints) and discovered the acorns are ready. Only got hit once today. Acorns are everywhere on all of my run routes. I look at it like an added adventure to running.
Well I found some interfacing while I was going through things. Yeah!! So I cut out the rest of the circles and even had a little left over just in case I need more. For this Christmas quilt I am going more for throw size so I should be ok.
With the weather changing and my finger healing my thoughts are moving toward wooly things. I washed everything and it's drying. I also found out that Mj will need a new hat. Hence winding up the gorgeous red yarn. Dyed by my friend it is special.
Non gory picture of my new scar. Healed pretty quick :)
Well silly me forgot that I used the white fabric in other projects :(. So instead I decided to try this circle quilt with some Christmas fabric scraps I have.
K is behind me sewing.
Well that worked out until I ran out of interfacing. :( So even though I did see today nothing really accomplished. These two project will go on the back burner until there's some extra money around. Tomorrow I am going to go throughout fabric and see if there is something I can start and finish. Fingers crossed.
19 colors (reds, oranges, yellows, greens, blues and purples - Roy G. Biv ) and 6 different sized circles (they are drawn in the squares) will hopefully turn into a quilt big enough for our bed. If not I'll have to get more fabric. This will be definitely a long term since it will require a lot of hand sewing.