Sunday, March 19, 2017

Episode 25: Better Late Than Never

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Finished Objects

Gnarled Oak Cardigan
Marigold Barn Sweater
Horn Buttons from Rhinebeck
Arne and Carlos Socks: TwilightSF socksChristmas socks
Tilly hat
Navy Audrey
mittens for Lucy and Sebastian
Pete's vest tweaks
TARDIS socks for Rebekah
Mrs Weasley Family Socks

Everyday Skirts in chambray, peach, navy, grey, and black linen, and one in rosy red corduroy
Merchant and Mills EuroLinen
Alabama Chanin 6 Gore Dress in navy organic cotton jersey with 3/4 length sleeves and 10 extra inches added to hem
Rifle Paper co shearling blanket
Espresso Herringbone dress from Gertie's Ultimate Dress Book with Marion Collar

Indigo dyeing with Miriam: finished my northern lights scarf from The Modern Natural Dyer, dyed my fringe field bag blue, and many more items!

Cross Stitch
Cross Stitch Bookmark
wool felt needle book
Scarlet Pimpernel Bookmark
Secret bookmark

124g of FatCatKnits apricot colorway plied with a single strand of Primrose Yarn Co's rolags.

Embroidery Companion
Gertie's Ultimate Dress Book
Miss Buncle's Book
Miss Buncle Married
The Two Mrs Abbots
Alexander Shmorrell: Saint of the German Resistance 
Women Who Run With the Wolves

1 comment:

Juliana said...

So glad to watch your podcast again! I have missed it, and wondered how you were doing. Grieving is a long complicated process--it just takes a lot of time and hard work. And even when you think you've finished with it, it can come creeping up behind you and smack you between the shoulder blades again.

I love all the finished objects! I've actually been contemplating an everyday skirt for the fall out of a heavy weight gold linen. The ones you made look really nice! I really like Gertie's books--I have her first and second ones and they are so useful. I also find her sewing blocks are similar to my body type so I don't have to make a ton of adjustments to them. Her Portrait blouse is one of my particular favorite patterns.

I've just figured out magic loop and have been working some with fingering weight yarn, so I'm actually kind of inspired to try knitting socks--I love those fair isle ones you've made. I think I looked at that yarn on webs but they were out of the colorway I liked.

Good luck on the bridesmaid dress! The fabric is beautiful!!