Last Wednesday I had WIP pictures taken but ran out of hours in the day to post them. So today you get double the WIP's. A nice comparison of what I was actually able to get done in a week.
Last week's progress of my Salita shrug. This is after one pattern repeat.
And here it is this week, with another pattern repeat done. There are suppose to be five pattern repeats, each 40 rows. It's a surprisingly fun, quick, addictive knit.
Close-up of the lace pattern.
This is the only WIP from last week that I haven't worked on at all this week, so it hasn't changed. This is the beginning of a Hello, Hello shawl.
My daughter really liked the brain hats we saw at the March for Science in April. I finally started making her one, aiming for her birthday (which is tomorrow) but won't get it done in time. Here's where I was last Wednesday.
My I-cord Brains.
Made some progress this week.
Last week I had 26 Scrappy Bento Blocks done.
This week, I have all 70 done. Time to start putting them into rows. They will become 2 quilts for charity.
Last week I had ironed and cut fabrics for my Rin quilt. Since I was using fabrics from stash, I didn't have enough of some and cut smaller squares and discovered I can still use the templates. The brown cut is from a 12 inch square.
This week I've folded and ironed all the squares. Still need to decide what shapes I'm going to cut. Maybe this week. There is a Rin quilt-along going on which you can read about here and here.
However, this week I got distracted and cut some other fabrics to make some single Rin blocks. This one uses a Canada themed fabric for the background. And I hand-basted for the first time. Not too shabby.
I hand appliqued the inside edge and my circle was a little off. Undid the stitching and the basting and redid it.
Much better. And if you can't notice the difference, please don't tell me.
I'll be adding a circle to the middle. I'm almost done appliquéing the outer edge on the big circle.
And I cut this very Canadian themed block, as well. I'll be tackling it next. Something to celebrate Canada's 150th birthday on July 1st.
I think that's everything. The youngest is now on summer vacation and we have 3 weeks to get into a routine before the older kids join us. Hoping my crafty time doesn't suffer too much this summer.
Tomorrow is the beginning of Camp Loopy. I'll be joining in the fun again this year. Tomorrow I'll share my yarn and the pattern I'll be knitting.