Friday, June 3, 2011


I've been continuing to work on my various assignments for school this week and suddenly it's Friday again. In the little corners of time I've been working on a few bits for tomorrow's market. These little woolly rosettes have been a focus. They sold really well at the Mothers' Day market and they're quick and fun to make with leftover bits of handspun yarn in likely colours. I don't know if I'll get time to sew them to their pins before tomorrow, so I might just have to take the makings with me to the market. It's billed as an Artists' Market, so I'm going to assume that works in progress will be welcome. The bonus is that if I don't quite have enough of the fancy pins, then I can just attach the ones that are wanted and leave the rest until later.

I'm planning to catch the train again. That means more knitting. Last week I only just managed to catch the train, so I'm making sure I leave myself a bit more time today.


Teresa said...

Good luck with the substation market. I hear it's fun with plenty going on.

Textile Tragic said...

Thanks--I've liked what I've seen so far ... not so keen on two days in a row of early starts, though:)

Dee said...

oH Those little flowers are soooooo cute! You probably don't want me to show them to my girls hey? ;)
All the best for the market.