Working the Lace Ribbon Scarf (with Periwinkle Sheep Watercolors II sock yarn in this wonderfully bright turquoise), for the upcoming class in May. The pattern is fairly easy to remember, which is nice. (And that's my Franklin Habit Work in Progress book where i keep notes of my projects....very handy)
While the weaving class was going on inside...
They were well on their way with their first projects by the end of class!
I also couldn't help but start a sock with the Spinning Room colorway of the Periwinkle Sheep Oh So Fine sock yarn.....
LOVE.IT. !!!! The skeins I had in the shop already sold out but more is on order to be dyed this week.
Customer Show and Tell:
Annies GORGEOUS Traveling Woman Shawl made with Periwinkle Sheep sock yarn:
And, she's already started a second one, again with Periwinkle Sheep sock yarn. (Do you sense a theme in this post? - PERIWINKLE SHEEP SOCK YARN has great colors and is wonderful to work with - AND IT'S NOT JUST FOR SOCKS!!!!)
Linda's crocheted baby blanket for a baby girl due to arrive in May:
Made with the new, bulky, Kids Rock yarn! So cute.
Laura's Saroyan Shawl, the shop sample for the class she is teaching in June! :
Made with Debbie Bliss Cashmerino Aran - so wonderfully soft! The leaf pattern edge is gorgeous.
And Laura's handspun yarn, made with the Frabjous Fibers roving in the color Cottage:
Her 5th(6th?) baby surprise jacket (on her way to catching up with Joan who has made 28!)
And finally, Laura's beautiful mobius cowl made with Nature Wool chunky:
More on my FINISHED (!) February Lady Sweater in the next post....