In Japan, New Year is celebrated over more days than in many other countries, and a popular way to spend the first days of the new year is 'ne shogatsu', roughly translated as a sleeping New Year. It means you just relax, 'chill out' in front of the TV, eat and drink and take a nap, spend a leisurely time with the family and doze off whenever you feel like it...
When you spend the start of the year in such a lazy way, your needle and thread take a break, too, as does your blogging habits... Sorry I did not reply to any of the kind comments you posted on last week's WIPW post.
With New Year well behind me, and at least, now that the needle and thread have returned to some kind of normality, I can report the following Work In Progress:
TASTy Beads Galore
I added a flower made with TAST #37 Beaded Hedebo Stitch.
Pile 'em On
Just a bit of progress on the Window Filling pulled work.
A lot of work, however, has gone into this project in the last couple of days. I am working with wool yarn on a thin red wool crepe.
There is a floral design