So for Finishing Friday I was really hoping to dazzle everyone with a display of finished projects--and to be fair, the green scarf did get finished late Friday night, so there is a finished project number 10, which puts me slightly ahead of my goal. Only very slightly, but I have a feeling this year will be a "grasping at anything" sort of year.
Finishing Friday is the day of the week when my optimism is at it's highest. Could I just work on the pink jeans jacket? Oh no--that would have been far too rational for a woman facing an entire day of crafting freedom. Instead.........In my very last fabric shopping trip of the year, I came across these:
The green is 8 yards of suedecloth (aka moleskin, microsuede, whatever) in a deep hunter green, and while I have learned to NEVER sew this stuff into anything involving zippers or narrow hems, I love wearing the stuff. However, as Valentine's Day is coming & we always make each other gifts, I thought it might make nice robes. This:
Finishing the scarf gave me 1132 yards of yarn for the month so far, and in order to get to 25,000 yards this year, I need to average 2083 yards a month, so I'm a bit behind. I pulled out the current beaded ostrich plume scarf
And, for unknown reasons, showers never have places to hang washcloths or brushes or anything, so last night I started this: