Well, another Friday rolls around ... and it finds me in the middle of several projects, but none finished. The latest one that is taking up most of my crafting time is Cecily Glowik MacDonald's Wavy Lace Capelet:
This pattern is on my 2011 bucket list, so I'm pretty excited to be working it up. I'm making it together with a Ravelry friend as a mini-KAL (we're both newbie knit lacers); she's making it in the same Blue Moon Fiber Arts Icelandic as the original, and I chose gray Bernat Roving. While I might have wanted a higher wool content in the roving, it is neverless quite soft and nice to work with. That photo was taken a few weeks ago - I'm actually more than half-way done with the project. It will definitely make next Friday's fiber update in its completed state.
As I've written about in previous Fridays, I have a yarn still life in my living room. I've taken periodic update photos, since it changes with the current state of my stash. I actually thought it might be interesting to see the updates together. I think it's more a statement of color than anything else:
This latest update photo was taken last week, after my complete furniture rearrangement. Look at all the light spring colors (as well as that awesome Royal Wedding blue bling in the front).
I hope you're enjoying playing with your fiber! Happy Fiber Arts Friday, and definitely check back with Andrea's blog to see who's fiber-arting this week.