Not the first 2012 knit group - but my first. With my runny nose at bay, I couldn't wait to see everyone and get caught up on their news and knitting.
Sharon's daughter gave her some wonderful Fleece Artist at Christmas and over the holidays, she whipped up a Shalom. Look what happens when a knitter pairs a great pattern with wonderful yarn.
Gloria is somewhere warm and sunny for the rest of the winter. But just because she isn't here, Gloria, doesn't mean we aren't thinking of her. Gail made several hats over the holidays and this one - destined for a grand daughter - is striped with the mohair that she snatched from Gloria's great, yarn give-away.
Lauren arrived today with the beginnings of a baby sweater.
Need A Baby Cardigan book, it is Lauren's first. She is at that 'why is this written in a foreign language' stage. Don't worry, Lauren, it gets easier.
Doreen (Look at those knitter's hands flying) showed off the lovely scarf that Marlene - one of our group we don't see often, now that she works Thursday afternoons - knit her for Christmas.
Ruth, with her great sense of fun, asked me if I would like her to model the hats she knit for her grand sons to wear under their ski-do helmets.
Great fun and great projects. I noticed my cold symptoms were much lessened while at knit group. Yarn will do that to you.