This is an entrelac afghan. The most entrelac I have ever challenged myself to do is a scarf. Something this big I would never tackle. But it is lovely, Carol.
Still on the entrelac path, she showed me a picture of a shrug she made. Beginning with Entrelac in the centre back, you then pick up stitches and work ribbing round and round. A one of a kind piece.
Then she showed me this lovely cabled poncho with sleeves. Quite a winter's work to show off, Carol.
Sharon brought a new toy. It attracted much interest.
Sharon R has been working on her first Intarsia. Sharon , a relatively new knitter is always looking for projects that will expand her knowledge base. And she doesn't shy away from a challenge.
Sandy worked quickly throughout the afternoon to finish her latest linen shawl. A little too quickly it would seem as the cast off puzzled both her and Nan.
Seems it wasn't quite right.
It took a re-do, but she finished before we left.
Nan, clever fibre artist that she is, has recently taught herself to crochet. After only 4 hours she has a great shawl to show for her efforts.
Another great day at knit group. Nice to see the snowbirds back. We like having them back more than they like being back. But knit group helps they tell us.