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Knitting: I have started on the fifth of six colors in the gradient Seven Sisters Yarns used in my Sea Dragon Shawl by Ambah. This fifth color is a deep teal, and is my new favorite.
My Monkey Socks, saw a little bit of love, and they now have three repeats of the pattern each.
I am going to be starting the Stella shawl as an unofficial knit-along in August with several other stitchers from my LYS, the Haus of Yarn. I'm using two colors of Malabrigo Mechita, Ninfas and Impressionist Sky.
Quilting: I am nearly finished with block 7 of 7 pieced for my Over the Rainbow quilt by Tacha Bruecher and I am still making my green hexies for the next set of blocks. I will crop the blue hexie blocks to square and add the borders before starting the green hexie blocks.
I picked up some more Tula Pink fabrics and some fabrics that I plan to use to make a baby quilt for my grand-nephew. I'm using EQ7 (Electric Quilt) to design my blocks based on a quilt I saw in an email, not sure if it was from a quilt shop or where, but when I searched online, I found a reference to it on Made by Rae. You can see the fabrics I picked up in this post on weekend shopping.
Crochet: My Scrappy Sock Yarn Granny Square Blanket now has 42 attached blocks.
Cross Stitch: Mirabilia's Deco Spirits received a little more attention. I worked on some of the shaded areas of the body (grays), before moving on and starting...
Yes, I started Feathered Friends by Mill Hill (Laurel Burch collection). I couldn't resist.
I also worked on Chatelaine's Desert Landscapes Mandala. I re-charted the section I was having trouble with (the symbols were too similar), and now I'm able to stitch the feathers without frustration.
Miscellany: I also picked up some size 6 beads from my local bead shop and plan to use them for a shawl or cuff (or both), probably for the Laura Nelkin Craftsy class, Knitting with Beads. And my favorite tapestry needles are the Bohin ones - I've even converted several friends to using them. :) And here is a picture of the bags I made for our little get-together. I think everyone was pleased.
Edited to add: I forgot to add the link for the Tula Pink quilt I am planning to make with all of the Tula Pink fabrics I've been collecting. It is her City Sampler quilt. I saw May Chappell's City Sampled on point, and fell in love.