You can win these socks. Be sure to enter my contest to win these popular sushi socks. International entrants welcome. Click here for the rules. I am so pleased with the number of entrants that I am going to increase the number of prizes. Haven't decided yet what I will 'make' but it will be nice and hopefully thematically related.
Alicia's Attic though I did shop locally.
If you are following along with the mystery from Gayle Bong, you know why I need this ruler. If not, check the photo below. It shows the odd shape units that I had to cut from the background fabric. It has 30-60-90 triangles cut from two corners. You can cut with a regular ruler, but you have to be real careful. Even using this ruler, I did make some mistakes cutting too large. I was able to re-cut and didn't waste any fabric.
Next I have to tackle Gayle's signature 30 Something units. I think we make 40 of them.
You now know where I am in my projects, you have clicked and entered my sushi sock contest, and now we get to check in on friends and see what they have been up to.
Rikki from The Bookkeeper is planning to join in the stitching fun. Her favourite needlework activity is actually done with a hook, but that still fits. I am looking forward to seeing her crochet projects. Rikki has a second blog that she dedicates to her crafting called Rikki's Teleidoscope. Click the link to see the stole that she is working on.
Marie at Daisy's Book Journal told me last week that she also had some unfinished embroidery projects at hand. I am curious to see what they might be. Her latest post deals with the possibility of flooding on her property. eeks.
Let me know if you'd like to join the three of us for Needlework Tuesday. We'd love to have you on board to share projects and encourage each other.