I have failed myself, in an epic way, in my resolve to only have one project on the go at a time – well, one knit and one sew that is – so that’s two isn’t it. Okay. Well, just two would be good, but there seems to be more than that going on……..
There is the small quilt started at a very jolly and informative Deborah O’Hare workshop – it is getting there but I need to add some print work to the empty panels.
There is the trial piece, started at my art-quilting monthly meeting that gets layers added intermittently, but that I would like to finish very soon. It is just about trying techniques, but I prefer to try out when I need to rather than for the sake of – does that make sense?
The Nana quilt is still at the in-my- head-but-gathering-materials-stage, (gathering helps concretise ideas).
A bird, largely born of wax crayon, still very much on the wing and needing lots of french knots. Started because I wanted to see what would happen to wax crayon on fabric if I worked on top of a warm Rayburn – answer – not much, but I think it could be finished quite interestingly – when though?
A cardigan – I only knit in the autumn and winter so come September…..
A quilt with a deadline for a friends birthday which has been and gone, but is being celebrated on Mull at the end of the month
The top so far