My Greenland hood project and the finished lattice bag were picked up this morning and should be on their way to 30 Year where they will be included in the open A&S display on Sunday, rather than the triathlon on Saturday. It's not quite what I was hoping for, but at least people will still get to see my work, and hopefully give me some feedback, which is the whole point. And I am basically halfway there if I decide to do the pentathlon for KASF, which seems a whole lot less terrifying than it did last year at this time. My Laurel suggested that I try weaving some actual yardage, which I think would be a great project for that if I can find something within the right time period. Handweaving (at least on a 4 shaft loom) and the 15th century don't really go well together, unless I want to do more of the Greenland textiles. I'll think of something interesting to do, I just need to do it soon! With the holidays and all I want to get any big projects well in hand as soon as I can.
I'm terribly disappointed in myself for not being able to finish the
documentation for the lampwork rosary I posted pictures of last week,
but given how much pain I've been in since the surgery it's really not
surprising. I don't know what I was thinking, expecting to write
anything decent (or at all) while hopped up on percocet. Things are
getting better though, so I expect the writing will start moving along
soon. In the mean time, I've been doing some fairly mindless and
totally modern knitting in between naps.