Jean brought these cute little worker-dude boots to show us. Have you ever seen anything cuter?
Deana and Sharon R were both working on projects from the Knitters Fair. Deana Fair purchases included a bag of 'minis' to make a cowl. Bands of knit and purls. When one yarn runs out, it is time to use a new colour and change from rounds of knit to rounds of purl or vice versa, she explains.
Sharon, among other things, bought three Noro hat kits. Number one is well on the way to the crown.
Sharon who missed our trip to the Knitters Fair last Saturday due to a family wedding, has a gorgeous Noro scarf on the go.
Carol - sorry Carol, I was so intrigued with the knitting I forgot to include you in the picture - has started a skirt for her daughter. Lots of 'haute' styling there.
It was good to see Ingrid back after her summer travels. Can you see that little piece of pink knitting in her hands? Another dress, she says. Little, tiny pieces that she will crochet together.
And yes, that is my Serendipity Vest in the foreground. Finished and ready for cool weather. I'll tell you all about it tomorrow.
Oh, yay! Thursday! Thank you so much, Brenda. Great projects. Those little lamb-y boot socks!
Looking forward to seeing your hard-fought vest finished and modeled. :)
I ditto Liz! Yay,Thurs!
Seems like Noro is all the rage recently...something I will have to try out.
The vest seems interesting .
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