Roundup of Week 23: What We Crafted From June 6-12
- Jessica made hambugers, and veggie and rice casserole, got a big box of yarn in the mail, got rid of more stuff in the inevitable moving process, wrote out a gloves pattern and finished knitting the legs of her dad's socks.
- Susie made elderflower cordial (how cool is that? :D — check it out on her blog!), and made bags and a skirt, among other things, for which there are yet no photos.
Check-in for Week 24: What Have You Done Lately? (June 13-19)
What I did this week:
Sunday I labeled and put together my Phat Fiber samples, finally listened to the May WeaveCast, sorted some digital photos, wove a bunch of tiny Weavette squares and put them into my Phat Fiber sample packaging, and packaged and sent off a custom order. Monday, I made yet more handwoven squares for the Etsy Craft Party goodie bags and color-adjusted a bunch of digital photos. Tuesday, I made, packaged, and delivered 25 charm pins for the Etsy Craft Party goodie bags. Wednesday, I photographed spinning fiber, listed new spinning fiber in the Etsy shop, and spun up my sample Robin Goodfellow batt in a small skein of two-ply and a small skein of singles to see what it would look like as yarn. Thursday, I made yet more tiny loom squares, thinking I'd make a belt or other accessory out of them, carded a bunch of batts, and made some polymer clay spindle whorls. Friday, I went to the Tampa Etsy Craft Party and taught people how to use drop spindles! Yay! Saturday ... well, I didn't do anything crafty that day, but I did rearrange part of the living room furniture. ;)
And I still wrote a little bit of my little novel every single day, even when I really didn't want to. Writing every day for more than a month, even on days that were pretty crappy, really makes me feel like I'd better have a REALLY GOOD excuse if I don't write one day...
What did you craft this week?
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