Well, I don't really have much of a WIP Wednesday to post because I'm basically working on the same things as last week. With our weekend full of travel, I didn't get much crafting done save for the few airplane hours. I did, however, leave NYC with a few goodies from Purl Soho, so I'll share those with you instead.
The green bulky yarn is Blue Sky Alpaca 50% wool/50% alpaca tentatively planned to be a gnome hat for Philip. The hot pink is Spud & Chloe in both fingering weight superwash and worsted weight superwash. They'll likely become socks and matching hat for Elizabeth. The brownish-gray is Cascade Eco Alpaca and destined to make some soft article for Paul, but I'm not quite sure what yet.
The cute Japanese vehicle fabric was picked out by Finn, and I threw in the Stop and Go fat quarter because I think they'll both work with the project I have planned for him.
I couldn't be more thrilled to spend the evening in my own backyard today. Some of the blackberries ripened while we were away and were showing their faces along the fence.
Philip used a few of them to set a trap for a wild animal under our swings. I can't wait to see what he catches!
While we were away, Elizabeth spent some time at a friend's house working on fairy abodes. She was so thrilled to bring home this one that she and her friend "made all by ourselves!"
This evening, she started working on making the fairy dwelling into a comfy home for her fairy guests. She says it's a work in progress so I'll keep you updated. She couldn't leave them without any food though so she left a bowl of berries and nuts.
I hope your segueway into June was just as lovely.