Who knew I'd have new wips! Luckily they aren't knitting projects and are much smaller. And of course these wips are better than the 'incomplete project' pictured, because they are worked in sections, so I can just finish as section as and when I can without having to worry about remembering where i stopped. I think I'm getting the hang of tatting and it seems much easier the more I practice. I'm still not confident enough to use the pretty threads I bought but I think soon I will. This also makes me not give up on spinning as well. Practice Practice Practice.
Meanwhile yes, here are some pictures of all those in progress.
Seems like the least progress here (actually it's not, broadripple is. Then again I also haven't don't anything on my Lily of the Valley) but the pattern is really easy, and nice. I love the yarn as always. It doesn't take long to do a single repeat either.
I have about 12 rows on the second sock left and then I will be moving on to the heels of both socks.
My So-Called Scarf
I'm so in love with this yarn, I'm already planning to make a similar scarf for a friend. The yardage is better than I thought too.
Antrelac Part II
I love the color whooo~~~~ I can't wait to finish this so that at least I have my vday gift all done and in time.
Well tat's about all for now. Will be working on my thesis today so I don't think there'll be more crafts until late in the night perhaps.