I’ve been working on my Apiary Puff Quilt now for three months. I’ve made some good progress, but I have much more to go. I have completed 50 puffs out of the estimated 200 needed.
I’ve got new concerns about it. It turns out that I have a lot of dark-shaded yarns. One of the things that I learned during my brief foray into quilting is that one of keys to a pretty design is to have a contrast of dark and light. I have more than enough of the dark, but not so much of light. I think I can find a multi-colored yarn that will help pull everything together.
The other issue is that in theory these are all worsted weight yarns. These are all made on the same sized hook. I am seeing very large size variation depending on the type of yarn I’m using. When I start sewing them together I can make adjustments, but there may be some puffs I will not use because they are too small or too large.
Weekly Apiary Puffs Completed: 3
Total Apiary Puffs Completed: 50
Total Leftover Skeins Busted: 10
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