Some people horde materials, but I have a compulsion to use them up before I buy new materials. I have a sandwich bag full of different colored bobbins of floss, leftovers. So I started this interpretive rabbit thing.
Then I have a few balls of yarn out of which I am making an scarf.
Filling in the background stitches on D is for Drowning. Lots of work left.
Also making a scarf in this neat two-tone ladder stitch.
D is for Drowning in progress
And also a two-tone scarf.
Still working on D is for Drowning in my Abecedarian of Demise. Also knitting some scarves.
The front and back are sewn together, the pockets are sewn in, all we need now are some sleeves and a collar, and then buttons. Then it will look like this:
Long Oatmeal Cardigan with Front Pockets and Toggle Buttons at My Good Babushka.
The Chocolate Cake Still Life is finished and you can get a better look at it, or other foodie still life paintings at My Good Babushka.
Here is the back of a long cardigan I’m knitting.
I’ve done a bunch of sketches inspired by the folk belief that candles set adrift on water won’t cross a drowned body. The focus of the sketches has shifted from the drowned body to the search party.
I’m making another long, mock-cable cardigan. This time in the color “oatmeal” and a little bit larger than the last one.
Finished up my Sheela Na Gig embroidered pillow, too. All my hand embroidered works are one of a kind pieces, and I never use a machine in any part of the project, all hand sewn. You can find my Sheela Na Gig Pillow at My Good Babushka.