Wilma has almost completed the body of her original Olympic project.
The Sarah from Button Up Your Top Down. as her Olympic project. Instead, she nursed her shoulder while knitting a much smaller sweater. With the shoulder now healed, she is back to The Sarah and her normal productivity levels.
Sharon had Easter - and I'm sure better weather on her mind - when she knit these two, cute, little Easter bunnies.
Lorrie is back from her winter away. Keeping in touch with us via our ravelry group and this blog, she decided to participate in our Olympic challenge from Arizona and Florida. The challenge was a top-down sweater.
With yarn left over, she decided to knit a second sweater, incorporating lace - another first for her. Well done!
Deanna is having fun today. Playing with yarn. Well, really. Who wouldn't have fun doing that?
Grand kids are wonderful - wonderful enough to make me miss knit group. But a Thursday without grand kids means I'm at knit group. Who would want to miss all this activity?
I feel like I am there at the table working away and enjoying the time . What lovely top down sweaters!
What spell check? You mean we have spell check on blogger? hahaha.
Hello to all the Thursday ladies. I did love to knit the 198 yards of heaven. It felt like I was knitting music, that lovely repetitive rhythm of it. I have no clue if it read clearly. May hands just seemed to know what to do, so I never felt like I read the pattern.
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