A glorious fall day today - what we used to call Indian Summer. Is that still an acceptable term? Mild temperatures, sun shine and at knit group, lots of fabulous knitting.
Ruth arrived wearing this gorgeous new sweater.
According to Ruth's 80 year old sister, this is an easy pattern. 'Anyone who can count to 7 can knit this pattern' is the story that Ruth relayed to us. The buttons came from her sister's button box and started out as black buttons. Clever woman, she got out her nail polish and painted them purple. Volia! Matching buttons. Now we are all jealous - of the sweater and the sister.
Jean knit this fabulous cowl.
Spinners & Weavers Sale?" was her question. Most definitely, Jean. Especially if you let Ingrid fashion-ize it for you.
Our newest knitter, Sue - obviously another 'take a picture of the knitting but not of me' kind of knitter -is working on a Muff.
Doreen is knitting a Mistake Rib Scarf. Such a long scarf, so many hours of knitting, she says she can't sleep for dreaming about the Mistake Rib.
Which do we do more of on a Thursday afternoon. Knit or chat? It's a toss up, I think. Three ladies, one set of needles.