Friday, April 06, 2007

And the ladies knit and crochet on....

and on. And I'm stuck mostly studying! But I did actually make the last meeting and even took some wonderful photos of most everyone present. Somehow I missed Mimi and LindaLooo!


This fabulous piece of work is Alana's. It's the Paws to Remember scarf from A Gathering of Lace done in a lovely brown/chocolate alpaca.


This lovely piece of work is Kathy's. She's designing (folks, Kathy is really a wiz designer yet to be discovered) using Peace Fleece. The lace pattern just isn't represented here very well. I can't wait to see the finished product.


This is Julian one of the people who works at Borders. I've thrown his photo in for added viewing pleasure. If you're ever in our Borders, scope him out. He's fun and cute too!


Kim is working on her first cabled sweater. It's done in Debbie Bliss cotton angora, and it's also one of DB's patterns. Kim is doing a great job!


And Donna is working on socks. Every knitting group should have someone working on socks (if there isn't one doing so, I keep a sock in my knitting just for that reason!)


YEA! A people shot! This is from left to right - Alana, Gail and Kim. Gail is working on a pink scarf. The pattern is Falling Waters and it's coming out quite lovely! LindaLoooo is working on the same scarf pattern only in good ol Wool Ease. Linda, how did I miss getting your photo?!


Here's Kate our resident crocheter! This is a felted bag she's done from one of the JoAnn's kit yarns. It will be lined and gifted.


And Marseilla is working on a large scarf from Wool of the Andes Bulky. It's cabled and really lovely!

Now if this looks like something you'd like to join in, please come and join our group! Everyone is welcome. Our next meeting is Monday, April 9th at the Borders in the Annapolis Mall. We meet upstairs in the Seattle's Best Cafe starting at 7:00pm and go until we're told to leave. If you have any questions, send me an email.

1 comment:

Kathy said...

Thanks, Genia, for the kind comments. I really think I just cheat and use everyone else's ideas - just repackage them into something slightly different. With a little knowledge in writing a pattern, anyone could do it. Love the pictures - thanks for keeping this up with school and work and family and all -
Kathy