We arrived at knit group in winter, and left in spring. That was our weather today. There was a lot of Cabin Fever going around today, it seemed. Comments like I am 'so over it', 'so done with it', 'so sick/tired/weary' - take your choice - of winter weather. It is a good thing we have knitttng to keep us sane through the winter that will not stop.
Ruth couldn't stop to smile for the camera - she says that even after all these years, she still needs to read her pattern when doing the heel.
Wilma is knitting socks,
as is Sharon, shown here intent on reading her pattern book.
book. Should lend it to Ruth for number/counting -free heel turns.
Sitting at the far side of the table beyond Sharon, you see Nicki and Jean. They have started a new sub unit to our knitters group - the spinning knitters. They bring fleece and
Ingrid has had her eyes opened to a whole new world. She was given an i Pod for Christmas. Her first foray into the world of cyber things.
Tanis Fibre Arts site to show me the colour name of the sock-weight yarn she is using to knit her daughter a dress. Yes, that is right. I said sock weight and dress. Only Ingrid would. Or could.