Doreen has her swatch done for her seed stitch vest.
Bonnie joined the Meaford Knit Group Olympic Team just yesterday. She will knit this ribbed tank.
Gail is making a child's, top-down sweater with this yarn.
Nicki has chosen six projects - all small ones she says - as her challenge. Sadly no picture to hold her accountable. We just have to trust Nicki.
Even Lois has caught the excitement and is going for the gold. She will make a hat with this bright blue variegated.
Wilma is using this wonderful pink yarn
Sharon has practised yarn overs to perfection and is ready to cast on for Branching Out.
Gloria, new today to knit group, and good sport that she is, joined the Olympic team and says she will knit a doll.
Me, of course, I'm sticking to my 2010 designer. I will be knitting EZ's Green Sweater.
Even though the Olympics was the big topic, I couldn't leave off without telling you that ever since Lois joined the group sometime last year - July perhaps - she has been knitting this little baby sweater.
only when at knit group, never at home. Today, she finished the baby sweater. Way to go Lois. On to your Olympic knitting.
Gail, too, had exciting news today. Gail, trying to knit a ball a day in order to diminish her stash so she can buy more yarn at the 2010 KW Knitters Fair was dealt a big stash-busting set back at Christmas. 'Friends' gave her yarn. Proudly, today, she showed us this finished blanket.
Perhaps I'm foolish. Perhaps one can never train too much. But I think I have everything under control for tomorrow's Olympic knitting. Tonight, I am knitting a sock for the first episode of Survivor.