Humidity is back with a vengeance but the grass had to be cut before the next rain this evening and tomorrow or at least that is what my weather app says. After cooling down thought I deserved a little play time with my hook and wool.
Am working on the Cape May Sheep Challenge and here is the container of wool I'm working from.
As you can see, I've already sewn on the cloth which will be the binding. A strip of cotton was sewn to each side before hooking up to the edge. When time to do the binding I'll show you how I do it. Actually, I'd done the tutorial before, and more recently Lauren of Rugs and Pugs did a tutorial also.
The wonderful grosgrain ribbon tied container (set of 4) was made and given to me by friend Deb Nees. Each could have different colors of wool and set inside one another to reduce space usage at camp. Also helps prevent your wool getting all mixed up.
But you can see instead of putting the blue in one, tan in another and yellow in yet another they are all mixed together. Uh, what do you expect? You've seen the rats nests I make anyway so why not just start out that way?
Happy hot humid Sunday.