In it's transformed state, a lovely scarf, fresh from Sharon's loom, I didn't. But Sharon reminded me it was this yarn from Dessert Wrap. The customer that commissioned the wrap asked that I cut out most of the purple bits. Those purple bits went home with Sharon for her weaving. Recycled in the best possible way. It's gorgeous, Sharon.
Sandy B, still working on her quilt-knit baby blanket
It obviously works. The blanket is outstanding, Sandy.
It was great, today, to see Wilma back from vacation. She knit the cutest tunic for one of her grand daughters
and is finishing up one for the sister. Same colours, reversed positions. They are very cute, Wilma.
For any blog readers (Zieknits, I hope you are reading) that might be planning on dropping in to see us, please know that as of Sept 8, we will be meeting in the Meaford Hall. Take the elevators to the first floor and walk towards the front of the building until you smell the yarn fumes. Although our room at the library is wonderful, it is a gruelling climb up 20 stairs. Some of the knitters find that too difficult so we are moving to a room serviced by an elevator. All readers welcome. And if in town next week, pick up a copy of the Meaford Express and look for the picture of your favourite knitting group. Famous, I tell you.