Monday, March 28, 2011

Catching up

It's been a busy couple of weeks with the Never Not Knitting trunk show and the Spring Fling sale. So, I'm finally getting to do another blog post. First, here are all of the hats (42!) and comfort shawls (5!) you all knitted to be donated to the patients of the New York Oncology & Hematology practice in Nancy's name: NYOH was very grateful that you knitted these for their patients - THANK YOU! And here is Borgie: He came to visit the shop with Alison the other day before he went to agility class. Isn't he so cute????? I haven't had too much time to knit lately but I did finish my Cloudy Day hat (a Never Not Knitting pattern, and there will be a class for this coming up in May!): See that little tiny ball of yarn at the top of the picture? That is the 1 1/2 yards I had left -- I was so nervous as I was getting to the end of the hat! I used Periwinkle Sheep Sock Dream and it is just wonderfully soft (with a little cashmere...). I had made my beaded scarf with the first 1/2 of the Sock Dream and was pretty sure there would be enough left over for the hat. It was close! The knitted flower class was a big hit - here are the flowers they made!: The Knitted Tam class was also a big hit and here are some of the participants and projects:

So pretty!!!!

The Katia Triana yarn has been a big hit!

Here is Betty with hers:

And this is Lois':

And this is Libby's:

Love them -- fun and funky!


Trudi with her Brigid Jacket from the Vintage Modern Knits book (and what we are knitting for the knit-a-long!):

Mary Kate in her Lala's Shawl made with Cascade Eco Wool:

and here she is in her other shawl made with Royal Llama Silk and very pretty buttons!:

Ethel's hats and socks:

Millie's crocheted car seat blanket and adorable hat/sweater set, made with Baby Bamboo:

Jan's first pair of socks! (she's working on the next pair already...)

Lisa's very pretty shawl made with Panda Wool:

Iryth's double knitted hat and mittens:

Christine's children's sweater made with Encore Colorspun:

Phyllis with one her crocheted afghans:

Sue with her shawl made with Baby Alpaca DK:

Deirdre's Autumn Vines Beret, made with Rustic DK:

Kathy L's feather and fan hat and scarf, made with Tupa:

Stevie's teeny tiny animals:

Rachael's crocheted bears:

Alison's Multnomah made with Periwinkle Sheep sock yarn:

Darla's woven goodies:

and her knitted cowl/hood:

Whew! Now I think I'm all caught up. Don't forget that next week will be the Jordana Paige knitting bag trunk show! You'll get more info on that soon....

1 comment:

CleaStagnitti said...

What a great shop. Some friends and I are hoping to come see you soon. What a great idea to rent spinning wheels. Do you give spinning classes too?