Monday, September 21, 2009

Crafty ADD Update #9

It's update time again! I love doing these weekly updates :) Helps keep me motivated!


I'm on to the third row! I think I'm starting to pick up speed gain and finally getting used to these fiddely pieces of yarn. Having said that...I'm dreading weaving in the ends because all the ends are freying and it looks like it's going to be a heck of a job! I might start on the first row tonight while watching the Heroes premier though. Lots of breaks and distractions that way :P


I finished putting all my embroidery thread on little bobbins! I knew it was a good sized bag, but I was amazed to see that it filled a whole box! I also finished a WIP I had sitting around. I have two ideas sketched out, I just need to do the actual charting. Don't think I'll get to that today, but I should be able to do it tomorrow, which means I'll have a new pretty project to report on next week!

If this looks should be! I put it aside a few weeks ago to work on my Mom's birthday project. And then it got set aside again while I worked on a custom order. Then I finished another bracelet I had in progress. :P I think I've only added about a threads worth of beads since you last saw it, but it's my main project at the moment! I have a lot of jewelry ideas floating around my head (or in my notebook) but I've made myself a promise not to work on any other pieces until I've added a thread's worth of beads that day. Each thread is approximately 5-6 feet long, so I should finish this by the end of the week that way :)


BeadedTail said...

Another busy week! The blanket is looking great!

nomadcraftsetc said...

That blanket is looking amazing! Thanks for the update! It is always nice to see works in progress!

Splendid Little Stars said...

great work, Ruthie! Putting all that thread on the bobbins alone is time consuming!

memoriesforlifescrapbooks said...

Can't wait to see the beady project when it's all done!!!

beadsandblooms said...

No idle hands at your house, I see! Can't wait to see the finished beadweaving project. I love the colors you're using.

Marsha Wiest-Hines said...

Love all the embroidery thread, Ruthie! I'm kinda jealous. It looks like silk to me with the beautiful sheen. I've done kumihimo ropes with embroisery thread, and you've made we want to pick that up again!!!