Sharon gathered seven dolls together for this photo op.
Doreen is just beginning her first. Other knitters encouraged her with a loan of needles - she left hers at home, but we weren't going to let her get away with that excuse - and gifts of yarn.
Some of these little dolls look so very cute.
Then of course there were some gorgeous knitted (and woven) articles of clothing being worn today. Ingrid wore this One-Of-A-Kind piece.
The collar becomes a scarf
Ingrid calls it her global piece. With yarns coming from as far away as South America and Italy, while the knitting - and the wearing - happens in Canada, it most certainly deserves its global label.
Jean wore a wonderful wrap that she wove for the Spinners & Weavers sale. Lucky for her, the piece didn't sell so now it is hers.
Jean didn't need to check in with me today to make sure we weren't dressed the same. I don't have anything that glorious in my wardrobe.
Wilma found time, mid-dolls, to crochet this quick and pretty cowl.
What a warm and fuzzy feeling, especially at this time of year, it gives one to knit dolls for some of our newest Canadians. Welcome to Canada, people.