Time for this weeks recap. I finally feel like I'm back in my normal sewing "groove" after the settling down from the business of December, and it feels nice. It's nice to be sewing what I want to sew and not things I feel like I need to sew. Here's what I've been up to this week!
4 x 5 Bee blocks
These were just shipped off to their new homes this morning. More here.
For the past few years I've put together something hand made to donate as an an auction item for the Heart Association Heart Gala. This (messy) stack of fabric is quickly turning into a sweet gender neutral baby quilt.
Believe it or not, I have never made a simple patchwork square quilt, and I've been wanting to put one together for some time, so I figured why not now. I am loving the mindless chain piecing and how quickly it is coming together, I should have a quilt top put together any day now!
Wavy Crochet Afghan
I am so so glad I made my mom taught me how to crochet. I've always been a knitter, but I'm finding crochet to be a little more mindless, and much quicker than knitting an afghan this size! I love that its finally getting to a point to serve as a mini blanket while I am working on it, and I am so in love with the colors. I'm sort of meshing this tutorial and this tutorial and I think its coming together quite nicely.
This weeks progress:
New projects: 1
Completed Projects: 1
In Progress: 4
January Bee Blocks
Farmers Wife QAL
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