Missed posting in the Slow Sunday Stitching link up last week. There's not been a lot of crafting the last couple of weeks. Work has been busy, and what free time I have had is being spent in the garden.
I did get the last of the main Lucy Boston "Patchwork of the Crosses" blocks finished.
And I have a confession. I succumbed to the Blackbird SAL temptation last weekend. But at least I did so modestly. This is "First Offering", a free chart. It's 72 x 126, so not very big. I'm doing it on 40 count linen, one strand over two threads in NPI silk thread. Since I'll only work on it one day a month (first Saturday), I'll ignore it for rotation purposes.
The only other thing I accomplished is to get to the next corner (Round 8, Corner #3) on the sock yarn blanket. I'll work on that today after church. I have to knit today in honor of my mom, who taught me to knit before I was in Kindergarten. Miss you, mom.
(My sister on the left, me in the middle and our mom c 2006. Mom's hair was red before she went platinum grey. I take after my dad with the straight dark hair, though mine was a dark auburn until I was in my forties.)
Linking up with the SSS crew (link to current roundup).