Wednesday 24 September 2014

Wednesday Fun!

WIP Wednesday

How has your week been?

Have you been busy and creative?

Those are my favourite kind of weeks :)

This week I have managed to work on a couple of my products and am quite glad to see through the pictures that they have progressed a little.

Let me bring you up to date:


Drops Baby Merino

My Juliana is growing, somewhat slowly, but there is still movement.
I have roughly 10cm left before I make the next armhole and then am on the home stretch :)

That makes roughly 80cm left to knit before the sleeves.

Tardis Socks Drops Fabel

I have progressed quite nicely on the first Tardis sock and have already turned the heel and am busy on the foot.
Because the size is perfect for Jas, I am making the first pair for her (a Christmas pressie) and then will re-size the pattern to make a pair for Hubby for Christmas.

I am planning a pair of socks for Kay too, they are still in the planning as I have a definite pattern in mind, I will share it with you once it gets going.

I will be starting my Rebel Lace Cardi later on today.
I spent the weekend trying to reach gauge - yes, believe it or not I swatched - 3 times! That is definitely a first for me!

Rebel Lace Cardi Craftsy

Drops Muskat

I can't wait to get going. I love this part of the pattern and can't wait to see how the cardi progresses.
What I love about broomstick lace is the speed with which the project grows.

Have you done this Craftsy class before?

And my last project to share with you today:

I am busy creating some new Pewter boxes for an upcoming market and plan on giving them their "faces" today :) They have been stained and sanded and are ready for the next step.

This is a big hobby of mine and I can't wait to finish them off later.
I will share the finished projects with you once they are done.

On the reading front - I am still reading the same book as last week and hope to finish it up soon.

I hope you have a great rest of your week.
See you soon
I will be sharing this post with all of my lovely Wednesday Friends.



  1. Your 'Juliana' looks wonderful, I love the stitch pattern!

    1. Hi Elisabeh,
      Me too, I just wish it would grow faster!
      Thanks for visiting.

  2. Your projects look amazing. They are going to love their socks.

    1. Hi Darlene,
      Thank you so much :)
      Have a great rest of your day and thanks for visiting.

  3. So many great projects. Juliana is very pretty and the broomstick lace is beautiful.


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