It is done :)
I have completed my multi-garment project for my Craftsy Course - Tunisian Crochet and have now officially completed the course!
I love it - it was so much fun to make and the colour combination turned out wonderfully too!
I would warmly recommend this course to any of you wanting to delve into the world of Tunisian Crochet.
Not only did I learn these amazing techniques, but I learnt how to use Colour palettes to enhance my projects colour combinations, and last but not least how to make twisted cord using a kitchen appliance ;)
What have you completed this week?
Last year, because I took part in the stash challenge, I managed to focus on the projects that had yarn already stashed for them.
Above you can see my other stash drawer (if you recall last year I managed to empty the first one of its contents - if you missed it you can still read about it HERE) As with most of my stash, it has all been bought with projects in mind.
This year I have been browsing - a little too much - and have managed to choose a selection of awesome projects, but projects nonetheless.
As such I put down hubby's pullover that I started at the end of last year in favour of smaller, easier projects, which ended up becoming bigger and more time intensive projects as time went by :O
As I mentioned on Wednesday, I have created a to-do list for the rest of this year and plan to get through as many of the projects as I can.
List of projects that are in my queue:
- Hat for Jas
- Crochet shorts
- Another Hat for Jas
- Another Slouch for Kay
- Julianna for me
- Isis Wrap for me
- Winter socks for Jas
- Winter socks for Kay
- 2 Pairs of socks for Kay
- 2 Pairs of socks for Jas
- 4 Pairs of socks for hubby
- Hubby's Pullover
- 2 pairs of socks for me
- Rebel Lace Cardi
- Wristlets for me
- Wristlets for hubby
There even is another Craftsy course in there which I can't wait to start, but have forced myself to hold back on the materials I need for a little while at least, so that I can give the other projects a chance!
You may agree that it is quite a whack of projects, but I don't mind if they pour over into next year, as long as I get some of them completed along the way. If I can empty the drawer of its lovely woolly hoard along the way that will be a great bonus :)
Do you have some stashed projects to complete?
A lovely smell of lunch almost done is wafting my way - I will tell you more about that tomorrow......
And with that I wish you all a lovely weekend.