Last night we had two new faces . . . Linda is knitting a wrap out of kid silk mohair in a gorgeous shade of - I don't know, is it turquoise, aqua? It looks like her yarn was dipped in the ocean. Nancy learned how to cast on with the cable cast on method and is going to male a sweater for a grandchild.
And take a look at what some of the 'regulars' completed!
|I hope you are noticing the library books on |
the table. There is a great collection upstairs!
Peggy has been knitting a ginormous amount of mittens to make wreaths for relatives and friends and neighbors!! (She told us how many but it was too mind boggling of a number for me to remember).
|You can't really see them, but she has |
the cutest little duck buttons on there!
Joan finished this adorable 'neck down' sweater. Now she is making one very similar, but from the 'bottom up'.
|I had to control myself from|
rubbing it against my cheek.
Janet created this blue baby blanket . . . . unfortunately the picture doesn't show how soft it is to the touch.
Peggy also made a Spiderman mask (can't you just picture the grateful eyes behind it?!)
Peggy also made this afghan for a shower gift . . . I think I need a shower!!
(or some of Peggy's time. She could come and do my housework and I could spend more time knitting. I think I'll run it by her next month.)
Aren't they talented??!! We'll meet again on September 15th. Join us! Bring your project . . . and if you are not a knitter . . . well, don't these pictures make you want to be a knitter? Just think of the Christmas presents you could be creating. We'll teach you!
Until next time, keep your nose in a book or your fingers in fiber.