Works-in-Progress

Spinning! Weaving! Hand Dying! Knitting! Felting! I Am Pretty Certain I Have Discovered Fiber Heaven!

My Idea of Fiber Heaven

Seriously. Fiber Heaven! Warm, cozy, comforting even on the chilliest, darkest and rainiest of Pacific Northwest days. I could almost spend every afternoon for the rest of my days sitting in this room playing with fiber.

And this is not all of it! There is much more to the right! Much more to the left!

Work in Progress to Share - Including a Completed Winter Holidays Solstice Quilt Block

Solstice Quilt Block COMPLETED

Bringing you up to date on current WIPs! The biggest and best news to share: The Solstice Quilt Block is finally - after almost a year - completed!!!!

I am sharing a few quick detail shots of the quilt block and then peeks at current WIPs!

March: " Christmas UFO" (progress on the Winter Solstice quilt block) and a Brand New WIP (woven bag)

P1180459

In addition to coloring, knitting and crocheting Easter eggs this month, I have also begun work on a new project and made significant progress on a leftover UFO from Christmas 2012! Thanks to Julie's good example which you will find on her blog The Crafty Quilter, I am back into high gear "making Christmas" and "finishing UFO's and WIP's" !

Stash Busting Fiber Easter Eggs

P1180264

Knit, felt and crochet your way to a colorful Easter basket brimming with eye candy!

I have been teasing my contacts in Flickr the past couple weeks with sneak peaks as egg after egg was completed and added to the basket.

And now it's time for - the big reveal!

I have one embroidered felted egg that I am still wrestling with (the white one with pastel dots in the back!) - but mostly my basket is ready for Easter!

Dutch Canal Houses Embroidery Has Been Completed. Sharing a little PDF

Dutch Canal Houses Embroidered Table Runner

Dutch Canal Houses Embroidery completed! And I am happy to report - completed in time for St. Nicholas Day last December. At least one end of it.

I am the first to notice my stitching is not perfect, but one thing I did learn is that, in this particular case at least, the whole is greater than it's imperfect parts!

Syndicate content