Oh my goodness! Will this woman ever post photos to her blog?!?!?
Well, I spent a large portion of the weekend working on granny squares for the Granny Along. My first project is ready for assembly (it's a very non-traditional use of two granny squares). My second project is a sampler of sorts. I'm working a lot of the blocks (actual number still to be determined) from 200 Crochet Blocks in white. That's right just white. And it's thread, not yarn, on a size 7 steel crochet hook. (I hope I don't go blind doing this.)
I do need to spend some time on more shop samples (although Granny Along project #1 actually is a shop sample because of the yarn used - Vickie Howell's ROCK). I have in progress a one-skein lacy scarf in Crystal Palace Yarns' Kid Merino. The pattern is from One Skein Wonders (with patterns from shops around the US).
I also have a yummy sage green scarf done in South West Trading Company's new Inspiration yarn (50/50 Alpaca/Soysilk) that lacks only the necessary blocking - which should happen this coming weekend.
I also have a coiled basket to enter into our local juried artisan show Interior Artisans sponsored by the Fairbanks Arts Association. Entry deadline is Sunday, April 1. Fortunately, the basket is all ready, I just need to deliver it sometime between Friday and Sunday afternoon.
Photos soon, really.