Saturday, April 18, 2020

Episode 78




FOs

  • Impressionists Shawl by Helen Stewart - Madelinetosh Twist Light - Leopard, Birch Gray and Yarn Experiments Monkey Sock - Meet me in Charlotte. (I actually finished this last year, but finally got around to washing and stretching it this week). 

WIPs

  • Consider the Lilies by Heartstring Samplery - 40 ct. Dusty Road by Seraphim Hand Dyed Fabrics by Laurie and cotton threads. 
  • Mary Barres Sampler by Stacy Nash Primitives - 40 ct. Creme Brulee by R&R and WDW cotton threads. 
  • Jujuy by Joji Locatelli - Malabrigo Mechita in Natural and Madelinetosh Tosh Merino Lt. In Celadon and Undergrowth. 

3 comments:

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