Was doing pixel art while my fractals were rendering.
Still have a band on the Inkle loom that has been sitting there for a week or so. Been sick. Sleeping more than crafting. Almost done with it so will probably finish it tomorrow just to get it done. Have a small deck of weaving cards, will be trying that next on the loom.
Started the Ojo de Dios, but got stuck. Couldn't get past being stuck so got frustrated with it and set it aside. Will pick it up again later.
Have a blanket, a shawl and a scarf started in crochet, but have a wedding gift I need to start and complete before June. Still don't know what I will do though. No patterns stick out as "the one." Finally completed my daughters stuffed animal for Xmas three years ago. Haven't taken a picture of it yet though. Will try to steal it from her to do so tomorrow.
Still practicing casting on and the knit stitch for knitting, but my tension is almost always to tight so I can't get the needle through the holes to easily. I learned to crochet first so this carries over into knitting, which is not a good thing, as tension needs to be a bit looser than in crochet. And I am a tight crocheter in the first place, so this doesn't transfer very well into knitting.
Have a Swedish weave baby blanket started and the materials to do a large blanket. Have just been distracted with all these other projects I have going on. Don't know if I will finish the baby blanket, as the person I was making it for doesn't need it anymore. Just doesn't feel right to finish it.
Learned to do the cobra knot for the para-cord bracelet. But then found out that Operation Gratitude prefers a different style now. Actually don't like the looks of the preferred style, so I searched for another style of the same type and found one I like. So I learned to do the Ashley Knot, and the Quick Deployment Paracord Bracelet. The tester one was to tight so had to unravel it. MAJOR thumb muscle cramps so I will practice more later.
Been watching videos on quilting. Have always sewn, but never learned to quilt. So that, along with basketweaving and yarn dyeing, are on my "to learn" list.
That's about it for now. More later.