With the bright, background appearance of these pictures, one would think the sky was sunny today. But the only place that was sunny was the upper room at the Meaford library with the knitters.
Our returning snowbirds, Sandy B and Carol looked tan and fit after a winter in Florida and had some interesting knitting.
Sandy knit sleeper jammies for a little one.
Carol has the coolest idea for little girls' socks. Fuzzy Tops, I'd call them.
Doreen has finally finished the Lopi sweater she
Elizabeth Zimmermann is the only other knitter I ever heard of who re-soled hand knit socks. But look. Jean does too.
Wilma has had Leaflet in her queue for a long time.
Gail is knitting this pattern for a grand daughter.
I have always liked this pattern - ever since our very own Wilma knit it up for a store sample at Purrsonally Yours, Meaford's LYS. I like the increased width between cables at the hips. Right where women of a certain age need extra width. A younger lady would appreciate the swing that extra width gives, so you have a pattern for al ages. Gail says with two grand daughters of a fashion-conscious age, she will have to knit two of these sweaters. Seen here with two sleeves almost complete, it won't take her long.
Two weeks ago Thursday, I was here.