It’s been two weeks since my last progress update and in that time I’ve added two more boarders and two sides of the 6 1/2 squares to my quilt. However I haven’t always managed my hour a day – haven’t even touch it for a week – but I don’t think that’s too bad given that we have been doing rather a lot at home… Continue reading “Project Progress”
I’m always delighted when people share pics of what they’ve knitted from my kits or with my wool. I’m also very grateful that they’ve taken the time to share their pics. This week I’ve had two I can’t resist a blog post about.
First was this gorgeous shawl knitted in the Shetland/Ryeland blend…
… then there was a report of a sheep loose in New York 🙂
I can’t believe the last time I showed you a Finished object was ten days ago. Although I’ve got some large knitting projects on the go, I’ve plenty of small ones I want to knit. But I haven’t been able to get my head into the right space to sit down and work on even my simplest small ideas.
I finally seem to have my mojo back today and have knitted a tiny teeny sheep for a sheep keyring kit!
Now he’s hanging out in the shop with the other keyring kits, I’m off to work on some more ideas.
Hope your creativity’s been more in evidence than mine of late.
I’m really thrilled to tell you I now have a flock of unknitted sheep at South West Crafts in Tavistock. I’ve loved South West Crafts ever since we first moved here. They have such beautiful pieces by artists and crafts persons who live and work in Devon and Cornwall, and I’m honoured to see my little sheep kits alongside them.