Monthly Archives: November 2017
6 balls of Polworth (8 oz. total) and one of BFL/Tussah spun on the drop spindle. All are waiting to be plied. Sewing is still stuck due to my inability to locate the fabric I’m looking for. It doesn’t have … Continue reading
My second Sis Boom Carolina Mae may not have gotten all of the adjustments I had thought to make, but it did get all the same as my first plus a full lining made from a thrifted percale sheet. The … Continue reading
What do you do when you want cream or navy aran for a hat to go with your cranberry coat and know that you have maybe brown and dark green aran? You realize that the hat pattern uses little enough … Continue reading
Before/After One month ago today this candle mat went to our game session. Today it went to the hospital to hang out with me. This ended up being a much longer chunk of time than I’d anticipated, which allowed for … Continue reading
Carolina Mae is a pretty shifty character. She was reluctant to become a rayon challis dress, but she eventually volunteered to be sewn up in this gingham shirting, which was part of a recent pre-cuts sale at fabricmart. Having already … Continue reading
This did become a dress. I’m pretty happy with it , but just had oral sugery instead of taking pictures so only a teaser today. Sorry. Gonna veg with an ice pack.