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Wednesday, June 3, 2009

Projects in the works.

P6020001

Knitting basket from Ravelry is ready for felting. This will be my first felted project.

P6020009

This is how much yarn I have left over after completing the project. I spun it up myself. I'm not sure what to do with it, but I love it. The colorway is Endicott.

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This is a whole MESS of craft stuff. Almost all of it is for classes I'll be teaching at JoAnn's, which you can read more about here. I'm deciding which one I'm going to be demonstrating at the open house on the 13th.

4 comments:

Yoyo said...

Just popping in (finally!) to welcome you to the Totally Useless SAL. My you are so well versed in so many crafts. It will be great to have such an experienced person around -- we'll probably be wracking your brain for ideas (LOL). And I'll be back soon to read up on more of your exploits!

Rabid said...

Hey yoyo, thanks for the welcome! I'm really excited about TUSAL :D

I do all types of other crafts, but embroidery is my craft of choice. I'd narrow it down but really, I do as many types as I can get my hands on.

Pick my brain for ideas all you want. I love talking about what I do with other interested folks. Keeping it to myself would be so boring!

Tommye said...

Love the colorway of your yarn. How talented you are to spin your own. can't wait to see the finished felted bag. I love to felt.

Use your leftovers with other complimentary leftovers to make a personal designer yarn. (Cut 2 or 3 yard pieces, tie them together and knit something with it.) If it's all wool it would made a great felted bag.

tjbdesigns
http://stitchingandbeading.blogspot.com

Rabid said...

Good idea, Tommye. I could always retwist it with some amethyst, which is the lighter purple roving I have. I wonder how that would look :D