Today I have a few things to show you, but not a lot of progress to be honest. I didn't get any knitting/crafting time this weekend.
Not a ton of progress since you last saw this, but do you notice the little side wings starting?! It's going good, and now I'm just marching to the finish. I think the pattern calls for 12" before the final end rows. I hope to have this finished in the next week or so. This is my Herbivore shawl by Stephen West in MadTosh Sock in Spectrum. Not a great pic, but I took it at 11:30 at night.
This is fabric that I cut out to make a little tote bag. It's a free pattern on Craftsy (a free class actually!). I was having issues with my sewing machine (user error I think, since my friend came over and it worked great for her), so I hope to jump back on this and see how I do making it. I don't have a ton of sewing experience but one of my goals is to get much better than I am at it. Isn't this amazing fabric? Again, sorry for the bad pic, but it's Nancy Drew fabric!!!! So awesome.
That's it for me today! I hope you all have a great rest of the week and I'll see you back here on Friday!
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Loving the shawl and progress is progress no matter how big or small I always say. Your tote bag is going to look great, really striking material.ReplyDelete
My daughter is a big Nancy Drew Fan, she would love that material!!ReplyDelete
Thanks for hosting.
I love that material. The red color with the black is just great.ReplyDelete
SYDNEY CROSBY and JAROME IGINLA! I guess you know who I'm cheering for :)ReplyDelete
Love the Nancy Drew fabric! We read those books obsessively when we were kids!
The bag will be very cute!ReplyDelete
Oooh, Nancy Drew fabric! :-) I've made two quilts and a tote bag and a camera strap cover and I still want to keep sewing with it. Those prints are just WAY too much fun!ReplyDelete
I love the color of that shawl. It's gorgeous!ReplyDelete
Love the fabric! I need to do more sewing...ReplyDelete
That fabric is just too cute! Great yarn on the shawl tooReplyDelete