Not that I got all that much accomplished over the weekend, but what sewing I was able to do certainly was hard on my fingers! Both middle fingers are sore - the right one because I worked without a thimble pad for too long and the head of my chenille needle penetrated my skin, and the left one because I hit it too many times with the same nasty needle. I intended to work primarily on my baskets and did manage to get one finished:
I also started prep work for three more - I have plenty of stuff to work on during Karen Kay Buckley's workshop on Wednesday.
My thread came in the mail along with last week's BOW, so I couldn't resist doing a couple more of the summer freebie blocks:
I love these blocks! Especially the little sheep. I'm really enjoying the embroidery, too.
I made a lot of progress on the Sauder Village rug over the past week but failed to take a picture for today's post. I have the church, one house, and a little background left to do. My goal is to have it hooked, steamed and ready to bind in time for Wool Club next Saturday. I love deadlines!