Wednesday, September 26, 2012
WIP Wednesday and Yarn-Along
But, I finished quilting my Log Cabin yesterday. This was one of my long-term UFOs and it's now almost finished! I just need to make a hanging sleeve, trim the edges and sew on the binding. I'm happy to get some machine-quilting mojo back, before I start on some other quilts that demand something a little more than just squiggles. I'm linking up to Freshly Pieced.
And I'm also linking up to the Yarn-along at Small things. That lump of blue yarn is my handspun Wensleydale that I'm attempting to knit into the EZ Half-Pi shawl "camping". Been working on it since Family Camp in August and it's sloooow. It looks like a big jumbled mess and I'm taking it on nothing but faith that it will ever look good once it's blocked. And I'm doing a quick scan of Mossflower by Brian Jacques, which I've read multiple times before, as I read through the entire Redwall series in chronological order and prepare to write a book review of each of them. Except, nothing is quick these days... except the kids growing up!
Labels: family, WIPs, yarn-along
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I like your Log cabin quilt. Good luck knitting, I can't knit at all.
Happy Birthday, Emma!
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