My attention hasn't seem to be focused on any one thing these days - my mind is flitting from one thing to the next. That has been reflective in how I've been spending my free time. This past week, I've stitched on three different projects and did some frogging on a 4th. Not typical for me!
I've had another attempt - two actually - at getting my zipper corners more squared on pouches. This is most most recent attempt. Much improved! But guess what? I forgot to do the topstitching! Oh well, I'll either still use this one (knitting notions) or pass it along to my sister who is a teacher to put in her "treasure chest". I also went back to the drawing board on my pieced zippered pouch, but I can't find it to take pictures of it. It must be some place "safe". It came out better too but not tremendously. Need to figure out what to do with the bulk since that project had batting in it instead of fusible interfacing.
I finally weaved in the ends of this project. This is an inexpensive wrap for the couch for those days it's too cold on my shoulders in the living room. Obviously, since it's already hot, hot, hot here, it's going to be a while before I can use it. When I bought the yarn, I was on vacation and hadn't been knitting for a while. So I bought cheap yarn. I've learned my lesson because I really do wish this was less rustic. I didn't think I'd like the ruffles but turns out I love them!
Marble Chunky Yarn Color MC15
Size 9 Needles
Do you use 1.5" and 2" inch scraps - mostly traditional fabrics? If so, leave your name and they are yours! If more than 1 of you would like them, I'll draw a name. They're too small for me and have been sitting on my cutting table for far too long!
If you're a stitcher and on Facebook, can you "Like" our EGA guilds page? We are trying to get to 100 likes! There is a ton of pictures of beautiful stitching to look at too! Thank you!
I hope you all have had a great weekend! I've been busy today with things that need to be done about the house so no needle time so far today. Hopefully tonight. I hope all your stitches are happy ones!