This Hue Shifting Afghan pattern is great. I was nervous about it as I had never made a mitered square before. The pattern when first printed out was daunting looking, but after slowing down and doing a little reading on Ravelry and a video on YouTube I was ready to give it a go. I jumped in and it was a success!!
So I’ve currently got 3 active projects on the needles: The Hue Shift Afghan, The Moderne Log Cabin Blanket and a pair of vanilla ribbed socks that I’m attempting without any real pattern. A bit nervous about the last one, but I’m familiar enough with sock construction to be able to work out a simple sock that way. Everything else is on hold for now.
I’m also back to working with my spinning wheel. I’ve mastered spindling but the wheel has always eluded me. I’ve signed up for two separate Craftsy classes for spinning and drafting. That’s going to take up a lot of my crafting time for awhile. I want to be able to spin the yarn that I want for projects. Lord knows I have more than enough fiber to double my stash. LOL