Casually cast over the back of Sandy's chair today, was a piece of knitting that caught my eye. It looked so much like the yarn and pattern I purchased at Saturday's Knitters' Frolic. Mohair, knit into a fluid, floaty piece.
Turns out Sandy knit her piece over the winter. Same yarn and same pattern as my recent purchase. That meant, of course, that I had to try it on.
Wilma finished a delightful, little, green cardi.
Such great colours that I had to get a closer shot.
And Nell brought in the "can you guess what this is" piece of the week.
Looks like a giant darning needle.
Says K-Tel Knitter on the side. Any ideas?
For a group that focuses on - among other things - colour, we were not very observant today. A painter guy appeared at the door about an hour into our session and asked "How do you like the new colour?"
Silence. I had to do a quick think. Right, I did see evidence of painting when I came down the hall.
"We love it!!!" I said.
Pleased as punch to hear that, he smiled and left.
Was the room painted?" someone asked??? "What colour was it before?" someone asked.
None of us could say. One might say we are not very observant. Or - one might say that when there is knitting , nothing else matters.