On the spinning side, I did do a bit of BFL on the wheel--some of my hand-dyed. I'm almost halfway through that and if I would just sit down at the wheel again I could polish off at least that much!
Yesterday, as I was feeling a little "punk" I built a nest on the living room sofa and watched some Craftsy class videos. I started with the lesson in Laura Nelkin's "Mastering Lace Shawls" appropriate to where I'm at with the Skywalker Shawl. I was not looking forward to that particular section because I wasn't sure I understood what she was going to do with the extra wraps but as soon as I saw it (I love videos, don't you??) it was easy peasy. The lessons moved on, I moved on, and I made more progress on the shawl than I had anticipated. It looks positively ghastly on the needles now, as it's "stuffed" on the circulars, but here's a pic of it just before I started yesterday.
Last night I finished the "base" of the Pax shawlette. I think I'll go back and practice the edging on my practice piece before starting it on the "real" shawlette; it has a series of short rows right next to each other, and some increases and decreases that confused me a bit when I first tried them. We'll see how that goes!
I'll also be signing up for (or, at least following along unofficially) a KAL, starting in August. More about that later.
Oh, oh. I just saw that Craftsy has an online class on artisan bread making. Now I'm hungry AND I want to take another class. I'll be strong--I'm in the midst of an online class at work, and will soon be starting creativity coach training. But I can still EAT artisan bread, right? That won't take much time. :-)
Happy spinning, knitting, crocheting, weaving, quilting, ...creating!