Creative knitter that she is, she added her own stitch pattern to the bottom edge. Very cute, Wilma.
Sharon has finished one baby sweater and is knitting a second one.
This big smile came as a result of us teasing Sharon about blending into the green wall with her green sweater.
Nell, along with more baby booties, has been busy making Christmas gifts for friends. Little hand-crafted boxes and inside them, sun catchers to brighten a kitchen window.
Gail, knows a bargain when she sees one. Although she is a great hat knitter, she couldn't resist purchasing this one at the Church Bazaar for $2!
Speaking of Church bazaars, I know you are all wondering what happened when Doreen presented her friend with the finished red sweater - Big Red as I called it. Frustrating is a mild word to describe the difficulties Doreen had with that sweater. Picking up in the middle of some one else's knitting is not easy and it took weeks of Doreen's knitting time to finish it .
Turns out the friend asked Doreen to finish the sweater on her behalf, to make sure it got done in time to be donated to the Church bazaar. It sold for $20. Doreen's question was - "They value the art of quilting enough to put a big price tag on the quilts, why not the knitting?" Why not indeed!