One of the things I enjoy doing but don't have much time for is making bobbin lace. It's a very slow, methodical process. If you're really good, you can do about a square inch an hour especially if it's an intricate design.
Our local guild brings a teacher in from California about every other year to teach us. For the last several years we've been doing Milanese lace which means we've been making little motifs, etc. I did frame my moon and it's hanging in my studio.
Some of our laces are so creative. Carolyn has been working on a crazy quilt for several years and brought some of it to show us. Her first project was this picture which includes snapshots of her family. It's a big piece too and was her first real crazy quilt project. Hope mine looks half that good when I"m done with it....if it ever gets beyond the planning stage!
However, this week, I'm going to try to get as much weaving done as I can. I'm almost done with the warp on the loom, a warp is already wound on the warping board and hopefully I'll get into the rhythm of production again!!
Until next week, weave on!