Sounds like another busy but fun list!
All sound lovely! I like the idea of an interactive book
Ooh pretty! And fun
If the toddler ever cooperates, I’ll be doing the bind off of my sweater body (then going back to rip out and redo the collar)! I might be a bit excited
Thank you! I have seen a lot of cute patterns for them.
Finished it!!! Test Pattern for @LemmesCareToCreate
Saguaro Cactus Grocery Bag Saver
How fun! Yay, for doing it, too!
Awesome job finishing! Thanks for sharing
I did get the bind off done, but that’s all… today I’ll rework the collar
Here’s an update of last week
Finish body/ ribbing of my sweater (leaving sleeves to complete)
- and started 1st sleeve!
Finish ½ sleeve of son’s sweater (leaving 1 sleeve to complete)
- didn’t even touch
Choose yarn and pattern for daughter’s sweater
- Looked at patterns; haven’t finalized the decision yet
Here’s this week
- Continue work on my sweater
- Continue work on son’s sweater
- Paint 18 wood “ornaments”
- Figure out laser engraving settings for mirrors
My tasks are:
Finish my pink dk version of my down to earth blanket
And make some progress on a couple if wips one being Tunisian basket weave that i’m hoping to turn into a vest
Awesome! How much more do you have on your blanket?
The tunisian project sounds fun!
I’m on the final square and then i’ve got to add a border and weave in the ends. 25 squares x 5 colours each something like 250 ends to weave in?
I do it to myself every time and leave them all to the end
Does it help to know I wait until the end, too? So many people say to do it as you go, but if I make a mistake, then I have to try to undo the weaving- no, thank you! Anyway, sounds like you are well on your way and I can’t wait to see the final blanket! Have fun (and remember that weaving in ends is only as bad as you make it )
I do still have a blanket thats practically finished its just waiting for its 800 ends to be weaved in (that is no exaggeration either I wish it was
This week my task is to work on and hopefully finish the border for my baby blanket. I still have most of the ends to weave in too.
If I have enough time before gifting it on the 25th I’d also like to make a lovey with the same yarn. I found a duck pattern that doesn’t use very tight stitches that I think I can manage.
I do the same thing with my ends. If it’s something with multiple parts I try to do it as I finish tiles. That’s burned me though as I later decided I didn’t like some of them and got stuck keeping them