I've still not really attempted any sewing at all. I don't know if this is because Agatha Van is no longer my sewing haven, and it is now the fourth bedroom in my new house, appropriately named #notagathavan or what. I've got so many projects I would like to be sewing, and the fabric to do it, and yet....something is stopping me. I desperately want to begin my Merchant & Mills linen skirt. It's been cut out ready to go for a good six months, if not more, and yet there it still sits, unstitched and destined to never be finished. I did buy some gorgeous fabric the other week though - but what to turn it into?!
In other news, I made a mini crochet shawl the other week. I'm not entirely convinced it's big enough but some very talented crocheters over on IG liked my picture which was incredibly flattering!
I've also restarted my hexipuffs from the Beekeeper's Quilt by tiny owl knits. Since beginning this project, Stephanie has got married and had a baby and I've still only made a handful of these beauties. I am improving though and can rustle one up in about 30 minutes, which when I started out on the double-pin journey I feared I'd never be able to make one, let alone 12!
I've seen a gorgeous project over on Instagram for this gorgeous cowl made by Chelsea Berkompas called Rooted. I adore the colours she has chosen for this. Maybe when I've finished the above project?!
Right, I had better away, I've at least 5 book reviews to be getting on with. Don't forget, if you love to read, please pop on over to my book blog and say hello! And while I remember, the winner of my Tiny Toys to Knit book was Henrietta Bird - so well done to you. I'll be in touch shortly for your address!