I have enough projects half-done that I really ought not take on another one. But we all know how that works, right? The Scrappy Trip Around the World quilt has been flying around, and I’m afraid I caught the bug big-time. If you don’t know what I’m talking about, check out photographs on the flickr … Continue reading Scrappy Trip-Along
Though my semester was really pretty crazy, I did manage to finish a couple of other projects either in snatches of borrowed time or in mid-December, once my papers were all in. The one I’m going to talk about here today was another Mabel Messenger Bag, which I put together using Perk Me Up fabrics … Continue reading Gifted and unblogged…
Last … July? I started a quilt for my neighbors, who were having a baby in late August. I chose Baby K’s Quilt, by Audrey of HotPinkQuilts, which she featured during the her spot on the Lets Get Aquainted blog hop organized by Beth of Plum and June. I had high hopes of finishing it … Continue reading Baby K’s Quilt: Finished!
The fall semester has been kicking up into gear, so I’ve had less time to work on projects recently. It’s also influenced what I’ve been working on to a certain extent. That said, I’ve still gotten some things done! Finished: I made three notebook covers for classes, following Rachel’s tutorial on Stitched in Color. I’m … Continue reading WiP Wednesday as the semester first kicks in
My green bird Mabel messenger bag is done! Pattern: Mabel Messenger Bag by Jenna-Lou Designs Fabric: Leftover from my Mixtape Quilt. And of course I forgot to write down what it was at the time. Hardware: 18mm magnetic snap (I got mine from Purse Supplies R Us on Etsy) and a rectangle ring and slider … Continue reading Mabel Messenger Bag: Done!
I’m still working on the same sock, and it’s still a subway project! I’m using Happy Feet yarn on size 0 (2.0mm) needles. I’m about halfway done with the first sock, and well into the part of a sock that is the least interesting to me: the endless march down the foot. Unlike the cuff, … Continue reading Tuesdays are for knitting
I made two other little pouches last week, and while I’d love to say that I intentionally made one of each type, the truth is that I went on autopilot for one of them and ended up with another little flat pouch instead of the boxy pouch I was going for. Both are appallingly pink, … Continue reading Smalls and a potential project