There's been a bit of creative productivity happening at my place this last week.
I've finished of a WIP from last Winter, this plaited cotton knit scarf...
There has also been an initiation to quilting when Sarah came over yesterday a sewing day and helped me plan my fabrics and design. I spent the whole time cutting fabrics but managed to get it all laid out and ready to start sewing...
And check out the yummy lunch we had in between all our crafting - chicken pot pies by Sarah and a rocket, orange and pomegranate salad by me.
Last night while slothing on the couch watching the cricket, I whipped a my first Woollies for Tassie crochet square. I'm sure you've all heard about it by now, but there is an appeal for 20cm knit or crochet squares for blankets for those families who have lost their homes in the Tasmanian bush fires. This one is 8/9ths of a pattern from Spincushions crochet along which I'm contemplating belatedly joining in with!
Finally, I've been making some file covers and box labels for all my themes for school this year - everything will look a lot prettier soon!
I'm loving this bit of productivity, I know all too soon school will start back and I will certainly not have the time or energy to be getting so much done that isn't school related, particularly for the first month or two.