Nicki has finished baby sweater #2, from Knitfest.
Need A Baby Cardigan? Is there 'Gramma-wanna-be' thinking behind these baby sweaters, Nicki?
Past the baby stage, Wilma's little grand daughters love barbie dolls. So what would a good Grandma knit for Christmas gifts? Barbie fashions of course.
Our Koigu queen was wearing a Koigu sweater.
Normally her style leans towards wraps and shawls. We don't often see Ingrid in a sweater. This one is beautiful - of course - and in particular the edging caught my eye.
Crocheted, fast and easy said Ingrid with built-in buttonholes. I think I'd like a lesson on that one.
Another great Thursday afternoon. A keenly-anticipated, weekly time-out as we enter the hectic season.
Love that crocheted cardigan edge! WOuld Ingrid do a quick tutorial, or at least point us in the direction? Name of the stitch?
Hmm...I think that Barbie's pose looks familiar.
Way to go Nicki. It looks great.
I made a whole lot of the pompom scarves last Christmas. You're not supposed to pull the pompoms through, you just knit between them 2-3 sts, just to use up the string, and the pompoms line themselves up just like soldiers. But I'm glad she's not giving up.
Pom pom yarn is a good name for it.
I struggled with it at the beginning but eventually got it and love the pillow I made. It's sooo soft and puffy. Sigrun is right, just knit the string between the pom poms and it goes pretty quickly.
I tried knitting with that pom pom yarn....what a pain! I decided it was not worth my time.
All the ladies have nice projects to show every week!
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