Thursday, April 3, 2008

I am working on it!

I have a few works in progress. I get bored with things before I finish, start five new things and never finish any of them. I always have something to do though. This is some evidence of my crafting ADD. 1) a pocket for a sling bag I am working on from my own pattern 2) a blanket from Stitch n Bitch I am knitting and have been knitting a little (very little) at a time since I was pregnant with the Cub, I may finish it by his 2nd birthday. 3) Day of the week dish towels, I am not loving the way she is coming out, my beginning embroidery is not doing her cuteness any justice. Not pictured, I have started Built by Wendy 3835 and Simplicity 3507. I also have some fabric waiting for me to cut it up to be a quilt, I am dying to work on this Cathedral Window Quilt with instructions on Hyenas in Petticoats. Some day I will finish everything and not know what to do with my evenings, right?


Anna said...

What a cutie...Thanks for sharing...
Mine is up Let's Laugh Together

amy said...

i love the day of the week towel. and the pocket sure is cute! i always have to have a few things going at one time because i get bored, too!

Muaile said...

i like to see other mamas nicknaming their babies, although the "cub" is far nicer than the "maggot" and "grub" that i ended up calling mine!

Belinda said...

Linnea, i just wanted to thank you for the comment you left. I really appreciate the feedback.



Sophie said...

I really like the embroidery - she looks really cute! but as a crafter i can understand the need for perfection!

looking forward to seeing the completed projects.
happy crafting! :)

Sophie said...

Hi Linnea,

I've just tagged you. Play along if you would like to.

Here are the rules

1. Link to the person that tagged you.
2. Post the rules on your blog.
3. Share six non-important things/habits/quirks about yourself.
4. Tag six random people at the end of your post by linking to their blogs.
5. Let each random person know they have been tagged by leaving a comment on their website

A Spoonful Of Sugar said...

That bag pocket looks interesting - can't wait to see the finished product!