Though I am not a quilter, I just turned this stuff into church today for the rest of the "quilters" to do their thing:
graduating high school seniors every year. The link takes you to a previous explanatory post. I cut all of the blank squares for the confirmation kids to do the handprints tomorrow night, appliqued all of the hearts for the center squares, did the text on the squares in the lower right of the photo, and repaired a poorly stitched area of the binding on the completed quilt.
There has been knitting:
Deciding to knit dh a sweater for Christmas on Dec. 16.... another dim idea.
Cambridge and the yarn is Lion Brand Fisherman's wool. The expected finish date is undetermined, but certainly was not Christmas of 2012.
In the spinning department:
A little bit of weaving:
And some dyeing:
And below are the warm ones:
Wouldn't this make a great jigsaw puzzle?!
And these are the warps that didn't get dyed:
So, that's a quick review of the fiber activity around here this month. Perhaps there will be finished items in February!