I finished another hat this week.
This is another hat for the H4S (hats for sailors) project
Since most of my quilts are needle turn applique, it takes me forever to finish one. But I do enjoy the process.
Participating in Elm Street Quilts One Monthly Goal (OMG) has helped get back into my quilting groove. I am going to continue making progress on my Vintage Rouge Quilt. This month I want to stitch down the Dresden plates to the background.
|Month 2: 4 Blocks|
Where did the month go?????? For the first time in two years, we had all of our kids, grandkids, spouses and sweeties together. It was noisy, chaotic and wonderful. And then I went to Virginia to help out with child care. I certainly felt my age trying to keep up with a 14 month old, 4 year old and 6 year old.
Needless to say not much knitting or quilting was accomplished. But I did manage to complete two projects.
|Cabled Hat |
The good news is I haven't purchased any yarn since the last time I made a stash report.
My last weekly stash report was back in May. I am not sure where the time went. But I have been making slow and steady progress on my projects. So I think I will summarize what I have done for the first seven months.
My knitting obsession this year has been hats. I have been having so much fun with them that I am hosting a Hat knit along (KAL) via Zoom for my LYS. Our first hat was Sunflower Dreams Hat.