stitched and spun

7 thoughts on “stitched and spun”

  1. Love the bib…it turned out great! The yarn looks great. Have you ever done a potato chip scarf? Im making one with a polyester/cotton blend, but Im sure it would work with wool. Let me know if you need directions.

  2. I found that free motion quilting is highly addictive. I pretty much want to quilt everything.The wool you spun is gorgeous! It is hard for me to think about scarves when it is 80 degrees here today, but I agree that it should be loopy and open so you can wear it on chilly spring evenings.=]

  3. Very cute! (the sleeping baby and the bib!) ;0) All of your beautiful sewing projects have inspired me to dust off my sewing machine. Other than Halloween costumes, I haven’t sewed since I picked up knitting. My piles of fabric are calling me now!I love the colorway on that yarn you spun, too! I wish my handspun was that nice and even. Mine still needs some work!

  4. I’m sure more experienced knitters can give you the perfect scarf pattern, but something open and lacy would be perfect for spring!I love that bib, by the way. I have been wanting to do some free motion quilting for awhile now and I just haven’t gotten to it yet. A small project like this would be perfect, though!

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