It’s Saturday, and it’s quiet here. Last Monday the demolition of half of my living space started. They get here at 8am and pack up at 4pm. They took down the fireplace, all the walls and windows and the flooring, we are left with an empty shell. They’ll be back Tuesday. Unfortunately they have turned off the power to my sewing room, I could run an extension cord, but this will force me to finish the quilt currently on my frame.
I did finish the center of the Storm at Sea, here it is all de-papered and pressed.
I received the fabric I ordered for my PIQF entry. I ordered a bolt of Wonder-Under, which is on its way, and 48″ wide paper to draw my full size pattern on. I’d like to get the pattern drawn this week, and figure out my fabric layout/usage. Simple enough, right?
I joined the Shawl Society lll KAL, it starts 5/31/18, six shawls in six months. I picked up a few skeins of yarn while I was in Half Moon Bay this week. There is a nice yarn shop there called Fengari, I found two color ways that I liked together, there were so many options. This first shawl is a large one, 1200 yards, I may use a “life line” for this one, as mistakes are sure to ensue and ripping back rows of 400+ stitches isn’t fun.
Linking up with Sarah at Confessions of a Fabric Addict for “Can I get a Whoop Whoop?” a day late today.
2 thoughts on “Enjoying the quiet”
Your Storm At Sea is fantastic!!! Good luck with the construction!
Thanks, the quilts future recipient likes it too. One week into construction, so far, so good. Our house is over 50 years old, so I am sure there will be surprises uncovered.
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