I’ve been working steady on the Parker’s Cove fishing shack series. I have finished hooking eight, and have five more on backing, ready to go. I’m currently looking for a venue that will exhibit my work and sell it for me.
I finished appliquéing all the blocks for the South Korean appliqué quilt top. I decided to stop at twelve. I spent time drawing out the quilt top, including the sashing and borders. There will be white-on-white sashing, a batik border, and a second narrower border of more white-on-white ..if I have enough. I delved into my tote bins and found batting big enough for the quilt. Next up I will have to look for backing.
I attended the Parris House Creative Community on Mighty Networks Embellishment workshop this past week. It was fun and informative. I worked some on “The Farm” during the demonstration. Some of the other students shared embellishment work they had done. Very interesting and educational.
I also attended Parris House Creative Community’s monthly Crafternoon. I managed to hook another fishing shack piece there, as well as exchange a lot of rug hooking related information.
I attended the ASH guild Fibre Day this past weekend via Zoom. I am still spinning wool and alpaca. I need to process some skeins of yarn.
That’s been my week as far as fibre is concerned. If you have been, thanks for reading! Have a great week everyone!