I finished Zoe's dress and shrug.
I finished Sarah's dress. I finished Emily's dress.
I finished my Scribble Lace Shawl and need to block it next week. I cleaned my loom room.
Alyssa and I finished warping her loom and started on mine. Here are the dishtowels on hers. She is so excited about weaving and her excitement is infectious.
This week, I have not been or seem to have been as productive. Maybe because I did not start the week with a list. I love this list making thing! Monday, I went to a quilting guild meeting. It was fun and inspiring, but the last thing I need is to be inspired. I have too many ideas running around in my head. I came away with some more great quilting ideas. Monday night, I had my care group ladies over for their quilting class. We made bread cloths. They enjoyed it and so did I. I wish I had taken pictures, but it was so busy, I did not even think to.
I dyed some roving Wed for my spinning day on Saturday. I hope to spin this and make an entrelac Shawl.
Here is what I am most excited about finishing. Remember the dresses at the front of this post? Well, I made myself finish them because they needed to be done before I could reward myself with finishing these. While making the first ones, I came up with this idea. That is a big problem with me. Every time that I design, another idea starts forming. It is almost like rabbits in my brain. Enjoy! Here is the plain one. It is still really gorgeous. I love madras plaid.
Here is a ladybug version.
Then a patriotic 4th of July version.A strawberry version. I have had this fabric for years. It was waiting for this project!I am from the south, so here is a watermelon version.
I am off to make another list. If you want to make some of these dresses, I am writing the pattern in baby sizes, too. I will start with size 3-6 months. I will let you know when I get them ready. So start digging in your cute fabric stash and get ready to make those little girls some cute summer dresses.
Traveling Shawl progress--It is now in Montana with Deborah .