Sunday, July 28, 2013

July Roundup

This month I managed to finally finish the Rob-Peter-to-Pay-Paul quilt top (Yeah!!).


It is 56"x70". It will stay a top until I am ready to quilt it in the fall.

I spun everyday for 24 days (and then cleaned my spinning wheel and put it away for a while).


This is all that I spun during the 2013 Tour de Fleece - 600g of yarn in total. The brown yarn was fibre from SweetGeorgia yarns, and the rest are my hand dyed fibres. Now I have some knitting projects lined up!

Speaking of knitting, I finished up two pairs of socks this weekend.


The blue ones are my first pair of toe up socks (the pattern can be found here). The grey ones are the July 2013 Mock (mystery socks), from the Ravelry group Sock Knitters Anonymous.

I finished my Blocks of the Month this weekend too -



Pieces of Time BOM blocks.


Ostrich BOM - this month "Seminole" was chosen.


Art Quilt of the Month - the piece of fabric was cut from a piece of sun printing I did last week (it didn't quite work like I thought it would, I think it was too hot and dried too quickly). The quilting is a spinning design, since I did so much spinning this month. I added a painted sun after it was quilted, just to represent summer (it is in contrast to my January art quilt which represents a blizzard).


Last week I spent some time at my parents home, and only went down to the lake once (we were busy working).

Have a great day and thanks for stopping by!

3 comments:

Raewyn said...

Wow, your Rob Peter to Play Paul really looks good doesn't it? And a nice size too. Just love your wool colours. It looks like pretty fancy patterning on the lighter blue pair of socks? well done on getting all your monthly commitments up to date. I really do need a lesson in time management or organisation from you :-) PS the sun is a great addition on your art piece and of course I love your pieces in time blocks. Have a great week!

momto1 said...

Delurking to say that your Robbing Peter to Pay Paul colors are great. I've missed your more regular blogging, but you certainly have made good use of your time!

krisgray said...

OMGosh - what beautiful projects! Rob Peter is lovely as are all your BOMs.