I can hardly believe that I am almost done with Friesland. I worked on the bobbles that join two drawstrings yesterday and I got them done.
So the next step was to weave them in and out of the eyelets of the main piece. Check, I did that.
That's when I could see that there isn't much left to do. Just the balls at the end of the drawstrings. I have one almost done.
It is scary to work on as you are taking twelve very small pieces of linen and whip stitching them together to make a one inch ball. You have to be very careful. Once the balls are attached to the drawstrings the only thing left to do is make the actual threadwinders. I wonder how long I have been working on this? Maybe three or four months? I see light at the end of the tunnel.
I got the alphabet all done on Williamsburg Remembered. I started the next row.
I'd like to finish the row and get started on the last row of the front. We'll see if I get that far.
I've been to the Farmer's Market this morning. I was hoping the candy place would have chocolate covered orange peel. No, they didn't. So to soothe my disappointment I had to get something else. A peanut cluster. A turtle. Some caramels. Maybe I'll give the caramels to DH. We'll call it a Father's Day present.