Between yesterday and this morning, I shuffled and cut decks for the Figs and Ginger quilts:
I decided the quickest way to go, would be to cut each deck and place the sections onto card stock to keep everything in order. These can then be stacked, ready for sewing.
Three stacks have been sewn into blocks, so I'm making progress:
My Aquitaine Cuffs are coming along nicely, and I'm halfway up the second chart!
I'm weaving some grey scarves in between other projects. The warp is long enough for three scarves, each will be woven with a different pattern, and the first is finished, it's the swirling stars design in medium and light grey. Now I'm working on the second scarf, which I would describe as interlocking tabs, as I don't know what the pattern would really be called, as it is only a number in the book, I'm using, which is A Weaver's Book of 8-shaft Patterns:
I'm also trying to do at least a few minutes of spinning each day, since I've decided to spin for a sweater. When I was at the Allyn Knit Shop, I purchased a 3 lb bag of wool, which I seem to have lost the tag for:-( It's soft, and I think it is a merino blend that is from local sheep. There is some veg matter, which is seriously slowing me down, but otherwise, it is a dream to spin! I'm spinning this wool woolen style, as it is a roving, and almost spins itself in that method, but there is so much wool, it is going a long way, so much so, that I feel like I'm spinning an endless bag of wool! This is what I've spun so far (the numerical tags are to help me decide the order of bobbins to use when plying):
I still have quite a ways to go, and am wondering if I'll have enough bobbins, or if I'll need to start plying to empty some bobbins so that I can finish spinning.
Because this is such a large project, and the roving is quite thin, not needing to be pre-drafted or split, I'm spinning right out of the bag, only breaking the yarn when I get too thin, or have filled a bobbin.