I haven't posted about my Wool-Eater blanket in quite a while, but I am still steadily crocheting away! I have added six or seven colors since my last update. That is about an extra foot in width and length. The blanket is getting big, but still not big enough to wrap up in during the winter. I would say at least 5 more colors... But who knows how long that is going to take at this point. Luckily, I have a window A/C unit this summer so it is still comfortable to crochet when the air is blowing right at me.
Last month I spent an afternoon glass blowing with a friend. The glass blowing studio near my house regularly offers Groupons for making a suncatcher. It was a lot of fun! We got to collect glass out of the furnace onto the pole, roll it on the table to shape it, add in colored glass, and twist it into a suncatcher.
I think mine came out very well. I used blue, green, and yellow glass to add the colors. The very tip of the spiral broke off in the kiln while it was cooling... But that adds character, right?
I added a yellow ribbon through the hole in the top and gave it to my mom for Mother's Day. It is now hanging in her kitchen window where it gets lots of sunlight.