Sunday, April 21, 2024

Week 16 of 2024

This week I sewed a summer skirt (it isn't as bright as the photo, but still a berry pink, one of my favourite colours). The fabric, a stretch twill, was a remnant for $7.
The pattern is #134 from Lutterloh supplement #322.
Started a few new projects this week - this is a pair of toe-up socks from yarn I spun a few weeks ago.
And a new set of towels on the loom. This is probably the hardest thing I have ever woven, but the challenge is making weaving interesting. The pattern is Four Blocks on Four Shafts: Summer and Winter Towels from Handwoven magazine issue May/June 2013.
Spinning for the next pair of socks - more pink (this one is probably brighter in real life), I am trying to use dye colours I don't use too much.
A bit of a cold snap this week, but back to warm temperatures this weekend for the temperature blanket.

Photos from Around-

Summer garden plants are growing well inside.
We had snow this week, but it didn't stay long.
The last of the winter snow left is in the other pond
This poor little Sapsucker hit the window yesterday, but with a little nursing (and keeping the pets away), he flew off.

All the best!♥︎

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