Sandy B, freshly back from Florida, says she just can't get warm. I told her the cold must be affecting her hair colour. It has turned red.
Sandy claims there was a communication problem with the hairdresser. The weather does wonders for her knitting output though. So many little hats with I-Cord knots have rolled off her needles.
Doreen is knitting another 'givin'-me-grief' project.
Wilma has a very cute pair of baby socks in the works,
while Bonnie has finished her craft-show, baby blanket.
With seven balls of Astra, plus her time, in this blanket we asked what she could possibly charge to make it worth her while. We're still waiting for the answer.
What is Ingrid knitting? If you guessed a gored skirt, with each gore being a different colour, and each knitted gore being crocheted together, you'd be right. A far cry from hats or dishcloths.
Gail's little top down cardigan nears completion.
This is the same pattern that she knit for the 2010 Olympic challenge and which that time 'round made her blood pressure spike. No time pressure now, so no medical crisis either.
You will have to take my word for it, but Mona is knitting lovely cable mittens. Focusing on her terrific smile, I forgot to ask her to hold up her knitting.
Where do you suppose these ladies will be tomorrow morning at 5am? In my living room, sipping champagne and orange juice, nibbling on scones and watching the royal wedding. Full details tomorrow.