Accompanied by some chocolate Easter eggs, to keep our sugar levels from dropping, knitting today was lively and fun.
Look at Wilma's sweater!
Button Up Your Top Down.
Ruth finished the socks she was knitting for her grandaughter' birthday gift.
Sandy B just returned from a knitting cruise. 5 full days of workshops, food, knitting, sunshine and yarn shopping. Look at this haul.
Richard Devrieze, dyed especially for the cruise and named after the ship - Brilliance.
While cruising, Sandy started this pretty pink piece.
Angela is determined to become a sock knitter. With a bit of help on how to pick up those pesky gusset stitches, she is well on her way.
Lots of knitting, just a bit - ): - of chocolate. Perfect for Easter week, don't you think?
Looks like a great time had by all! Wow, does Wilma ever get a great fit to her knitted sweaters; that is so pretty. I might have to try a pair of those mohair-foot socks myself one day, great cosy idea!
Wow! Kudos to Wilma - great call on the fit and as a bonus a smaller knit=faster knit!
Wilma...you go girl! Wear it with pride. Very stylish and a perfect fit. Love it!
Thanks for these weekly updates,Brenda.
teresa_a from New England
I love Wilma's cardigan. Well done.
A knitting cruise!! sounds fab! I will be googling to see if there are any going from near here (Sydney, Australia).
What a wonder that Wilma is! Her new sweater is GREAT! Love the detail on the back.
And now I lust after Knitting Traditions...
And now to your other posts:
I think the sump pump is a good idea. Especially when someone else installs it!
And OUch and OUch! More serious snow, and gauge problems. Looks like an interesting and great textured yarn.
Ok, NOW you can start melting...
Well, ES - maybe we all could cruise TO Austrailia. And thanks, Julia, Deb and Teresa. I'll make sure Wilma sees your comments.
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