Here is the Felted Sheep Tote Class, working away...
And the Drop Spindle 101 class...
...who, for part of the class, got to go outside to the gazebo and enjoy the gorgeous weather!
And here they are with their finished, plied skeins:
The doors were open at the shop and a nice breeze came in --- such a welcome sign of Spring!
Customer Show and Tell:
Karen's 3rd mobius cowl made with a gorgeous color of Noro Kureyon:
(Since this picture was taken on Saturday, she has made her fourth and started her fifth!)
Lisa's beautiful Noro Kureyon felted hat:
Remember the 17" before picture in the last post?????
Laura's carseat blanket, two baby surprise sweaters and a cute matching hat:
So adorable! The sweater on the left has cute sheep buttons with wiggly legs...
Laura also brought this wonderful little skein in:
It's her OWN hand spun and plied yarn!
Mary Kate's complimentary socks (it's a pair, but each one has a slightly different pattern) made with Periwinkle Sheep sock yarn:
Bev's adorable hats made on a round knitting loom:
And her very first knitting with needles project!:
...with a cute little crocheted border.
Kathy's pretty scarf made from a vintage pattern in the new Piecework magazine:
Sue's Adult Surprise Jacket made with Encore Colorspun:
Her co-worker threatened to steal it if she left it unattended!
Lisa's Constant Companion bag made with Noro Kuryeon, Fetching Fingerless gloves made with Cashmerino Aran, and her Monkey Sock(s) made with ArtYarns Cashmere Sock Yarn.
Suzanne's second-ever knitting project --- a scarf with a pattern, made with Encore:
Nancy's lap blanket, made with Encore:
Stevie's cute little socks made with Mini Mochi sock yarn:
Darla's Constant Companion Bag, made with Lamb's Pride Bulky:
Love that purple!