Look at that! GINORMOUS!
19 1/2" long prior to felting! Discussion ensued about how long the clog should be after felting. The jury is still out on that one. Good luck Lisa!
Toward the end of the knit-in, it got very quiet and I noticed this group clustered around Robin, intently watching what she was doing....
She was helping Sally with the unraveling of the fringe on her Nancy's Scarf. This tends to be a scary part for many when knitting this pattern, but it's really very easy! Robin will be teaching this class on Saturday, March 13, 9:30-11:30. Call me if you'd like to sign up.
And here is a picture of me wearing my Ishbel lace shawlette:
I love how it turned out and it is nice and soft on my neck. If you are interested in making this, the class will be Thursdays, March 18 & 25, 6-8pm. Great for taking the next step with lace!
And I wanted to share with you some pictures of the Needle Felted Flower class we had last weekend. So much fun!
Customer Show and Tell:
Cheri's Lucy Bag:
Pat's braided scarf that she made with super bulky yarn and a pattern she got when visiting her daughter in California:
It's very soft and squooshy.
Nancy's final pair of socks in the group of many many pairs she was knitting for others over the holidays:
She finished binding off just minutes after this picture.
A quick knit! (Another session of this class is scheduled for Saturday, Feb 6, 1-3pm)
Mary Jane's first socks! Made for her granddaughter Natalie:
Thrummed Mittens, Mini Mochi socks, Baby booties and hand warmers. She is so busy!
Cozy! (made for a size smaller than size 16...) Also, she shared that she made the sole and the cuff with one strand of Lamb's Pride Bulky (rather than the usual two strands of worsted) and it worked out well.
Very soon, info about the Knitting Olympics......