Nothing was completed on the weekend - Sunday was used up mostly by unimportant stuff.
I enjoyed a lovely early morning walk along the beach and then decided after breakfast that my eyes were too sore to craft so I need a little rest - which turned into a rather long nap, followed by lots of reading and then the boring chores.
By the end of Saturday all my spotty blocks were joined together and the top of the bag was done. There was a slight problem as I am using scraps and do not have enough yarn left to do the handles as per the pattern.
I found appropriate matching fabric for the lining and decided this version will have fabric handles, just need to get cutting and sewing on those bits.
The colours are a little brighter here than in real life, as the yellow is more mustard. I am very happy with this combination.
Sunday evening I sewed the Trillium Tunic top together, now all that is required is the edging which should go quickly.
Both of the above projects are from the Interweave Crochet magazine Summer 2011.
Today after having an extremely good start to my day which included another beach walk before I took the train to work, I arrived to be told that there were computer problems and I was free to do as I liked for the next hour. Well on arriving back at the office after an hour we were all told to take the remainder of the day off.
What's a girl to do with a very promising Monday?
I took the tram to GJ's for batting and purchased some new fabric.
And I spent my commuter time and waiting time making spots.