Saturday, May 02, 2020

Episode 79

  • Albuquerque Sunset by Casapinka - Madelintosh Tosh Merino Light - Astrid Gray and Hedgehog Fibres Sock - Pheasant (I actually finished this last year, but finally washed and blocked it last week). 

  • 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 - 40 ct. Creme Brûlée and WDW cotton threads. 
  • Ann Dale 1827 by Shakespeare’s Peddler - 40 ct. Winters Brew by R&R and cotton threads.
  • Mary Clayton by Hands Across the Sea Samplers - 40 ct. Precious Metals by Silkweaver and AVAS Soie d’Alger silk threads. 
  • Berry Bowl Sampler by Heartstring Samplery and The Scarlett House - 36 ct. Legacy and Wren by Picture this Plus and cotton threads. 
  • Project Quarantine by With Thy Needle & Thread - 35 ct. Old Mill Java by R&R and cotton threads. 
  • Jujuy by Joji Locatelli - Malabrigo Mechita in Natural and Madelinetosh Tosh Merino Lt. In Celadon and Undergrowth. 
  • From Kitten Stitcher - Maria Phinney by Shakespeare’s Peddler - I plan to use 46 ct. Straw and various cotton threads and Ann Dale 1827. 
  • From Fire Poppies - Charlotte Frost 1846 by The Scarlett House and threads for Ann Dale, Project Quarantine and 40 ct. Vintage Homespun by R&R. 


  1. Quarantine has been dicey. Our paramedic son got covid and was very, very sick but recovered. Things settled down and now our daughter has been in icu with complications with the early birth of her child. I didn’t mind staying in but it was very hard to not see my very sick children.

  2. Quarantine: Hello from the UK. I love the Project Quarantine chart and have looked online to see if I can buy it but can't find it anywhere. I also love your shawl but just have to admire that because I'm not a knitter! I quilt a lot and am just finishing a baby quilt in lilacs and pale greens. That takes up a lot of time plus some daytime reading and starting to learn Spanish (the baby will be born in Spain!) Best wishes, keep well and safe. Pam