and wasn't surprised to see many others took advantage of the cooler weather to bring out their woolies.
Sharon was wearing a great wool poncho. With a warm and cozy, cowl collar, it is perfect for fall.
Doreen has miles of scarf to keep someone warm.
Wilma finished the gorgeous scarf/shawlette with the wool her daughter brought back to Canada from her year in Malaysia.
Jean's getting ready for the November Spinners show with these little socks. Two little socks on two circs. Aren't they cute?
Carol didn't have a good knitting day. She ripped more than she knit.
When you are working on something like this scarf, with it's very geometrical lace pattern, mistakes are easily seen. No fudging here. So rip it was. She's back on the right track now.
The forecast for our area calls for chilly temperatures on the weekend. A knitters favourite forecast. Layer on the woolies, people.
So luck to come across your excellent blog. Thank you for taking the time to post this
I have some of Carol's 'days', for sure.
Doreen reminds me of the video "The Last Knit" with her miles of scarf!! Way to go, Doreen!
Great photos of all great projects for followers like me to enjoy!
Thanks for sharing on this fine blog, Brenda.
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