And linking to Fiber Arts Friday.
Elowen Shawl pattern found here
purl bump pattern
And then a completed silk painting that took the Frame Depot longer to matte and frame than it took me to paint. But they did a great job after lots of discussion on how to stretch the fabric without tearing the edges. The technique Mr. Framer used was called "sinked" as it was stretched over foam board with another layer of foam board cut around the stretched silk, then matted and glass covering it and a frame edging cut to size and attached. I could not get a straight picture with the matte looking other than whoppy-jawed, so just did a close up of the silk.
Matted and framed with non-glare glass; dimensions 39" x 31"This will go over our fire place after Christmas.
Did you finish any projects this week? One project we still need to complete today is cleaning off the gunk on the top of the ceiling fan blades. Would Tami allow me to show a picture of the dust before I get up on the ladder to clean and then after? Think not. But go visit her blog to see others' finished objects on Friday. And be sure to look at Fiber Arts Friday where there is lots of alpaca going on.