Cut down/sew tick to fit new bed
Block/potato printed divider curtains for big tent
cover for folding chair
2 pr. simple trousers for middle eastern garb
Organize spare room
- Get shelves to organize spare room
knit lacy scarf with the crazy soft blue alpaca yarn (simple pattern like this http://straw.com/cpy/patterns/scarves/
finish chunky sox for kvirtue
line knitted relic bag
knit baby caps with stash yarn
register a device and name
Embroidered favor for bytchearse
New coif of better cloth, embroidered
New partlet of better cloth, embroidered
15th c. front lace gown (for summer)
chemise & hood to go with
Fancy Elizabethan cap (like the one in the userpic!)
... things getting added all the time.
A test Monmouth cap to be exact. Plenty of mistakes in it but I want to plunk it on the head of it's eventual wearer to see how it fits before I start working on the real thing and unravel the test. Lots of good stuff learned in the process: casting on, knitting in the round, using double pointed needles, 2 kinds of reducing, and I-cord.
It was FUN, and went relatively quickly ... hmmm ... it may be a very cappy Christmas...
Yes, zwischenny, I am now well on my way to being a Yarn-ho ...
SCA member X researches nifty Nordic single needle knitting/crochetting technique (Nalbinding).
Sarahbyrdd takes a workshop from SCA member X, gets a feel for the technique and thinks COOL I CAN DO THIS.
Sarahbyrdd tells the lady at the yarn shop about it as, sparks yarn-shop-lady's interest and promises to bring project back when done.
Sarahbyrdd shows half completed project to the office knitting lady, sparks knitting-lady's interest.
Winter 2009 ... all of New York City sports Nalbinded hats and mittens?