I was going through my things and found a ton of thread that I had prepared to dye. Mostly size 10. I never really kept any size 10 HDT because I didn't use it. Now that I've been crocheting, I decided it might be nice to dye some of the 10.
In crochet news, I finished my bikini top. It fits really nicely, I just don't know how it would hold up in water. That's to be determined.
Polymer clay news:
Itty bitty house. It took a really long time. I didn't quite get the roof right. Still cute.
Some shuttles that are re-blinged. I had a bad painting day a while back and they turned out looking weird. So I stripped the paint and redid them.
Lastly, this is something that confused me. If you've gone to several garage sales or thrift shops, you've seen the ugly knitted or crocheted blankets from the 80s. They aren't something that a sane person would buy. A few days ago I was looking around in a Christian thrift shop and a knitted mess caught my eye. It's the type of thing you ignore and figure no one is going to buy. I touched it and it was surprisingly nice and soft and lovely. The colors aren't too bad. And not even that old. Made within the past couple years by what I think was a knitting machine. The kind that I have (and still takes hours to make anything). I'm guessing the workers didn't think highly of it as it cost $1. Not bad. I took it home and asked my grandma how to wash it. My fears were relieved when it came out of the dryer in perfect condition (I've never washed anything knitted or crocheted). Voila!