Ah we have had a good week! I got my sewing day in!
I've been doing some jobs in the garden this morning to explain the lateness of this post! And I'm hoping to get a bit more done this week - we are going to the garden centre tomorrow to this end!
I've managed to get back into my books this week. I have had an Audible subscription for a few years and had accumulated my maximum credits as I didn't use it. But this week I have got back into it. Today I finished listening to the World at my Feet by Catherine Isaac - I enjoyed it a lot and have now moved onto Dear Fatty by Dawn French which has already had me in fits of laughter. It is read by Lisa Tarbuck who I love which makes it even better!
Anyway what have I been up to?
Firstly, here is my skirt.
Here it is teamed with my Antiquity blouse that I finished a while ago.
Since the skirt was finished I've been getting some itchy fingers! (Not itchy feet!) I have been quite monogamous since finishing four quarters and this week that got the better of me.
I still have Daniel's Christmas jumper and my socks.
But I decided I needed another blanket.
This is a scrappy blanket again, but this time it is marled project with a resulting worsted weight yarn, so is progressing nicely.
I have also started a bag from a Pompom quarterly that I found whilst looking back through my magazines.
And finally, I have started a basic tee from Pompom in a Knit By Numbers 4ply from John Arbon Textiles.
I had a great sewing day on Tuesday, but of course didn't get through all that I wanted. I did make another Esma and a pair of trousers, plus a couple of alterations, so I feel really happy! I hope to write a dedicated post later in the week.
And that is my week! I hope everyone has a brilliant week - I am likely to miss next week as we are on holiday in Cornwall where there is very little internet - so will be back in a fortnight!