Day Fifteen: Holden shawl.
|I finished knitting and most importantly blocked my Holden shawl. I used two colorways of Koigu at the bottom and added an extra repeat to use up most of the yarn.|
|My friend Jessi and I are making a million bees for a yarn bombing later in the summer.|
Day Nineteen: woven bowl from some less than perfect handspun.
Day Twenty: yarn bombed a table.
Day Twenty-one: sewed a simple summer skirt from thrifted fabric.
|I've had this fabric for years and wanted a new summer skirt so this was the perfect craftdown project.|
Day twenty-three: started a crossstitch project for a friend.
Day twenty-four: completed and framed the crossstitch.
Day twenty-five: wrote 800+ words toward a future project. I was trying to stick to visual projects, but this one took a large chunk of my day so I decided it counted.
Day twenty-six: learned to weave on a pin loom.
Day twenty-seven: embellished a poster at the coffeeshop.
Day twenty-eight: started the crocheted cacti for the shop.
Day twenty-nine: carded a sparkly rainbow batt.
Day thirty: dyed with logwood.