Twenty inches?????? Where are we going to put it all?
The message board outside the Altamont Resuce Squad says "Groundhog, please don't see your shadow!"
On another note....
Sound familiar? Doesn't she just look miserable? She hates it and I feel terrible about that. But, she has to have it for now. She has some obsessive licking behaviors, causing some sores on her paws, so we have to do this until they heal. She's crashing around the house. (It's a tiny bit funny, but mostly I just feel bad for her.)
The Wonderful Wallaby KAL is going along wonderfully. Here is the progress of those who have been coming to the Saturday meet-ups:
Sue Z's, making an adult size with Encore:
Yvette's, making a child's size with Encore Tweed:
Jan's, made with Encore Colorspun:
Mari's, also made with Encore Colorspun:
And Kathy's completed child's Wallaby, using Artesenal:
....and her Autumn Vines Beret made with Louisa Harding Kashmir DK, and her stranded cowls made with Cascade 220 and Noro Kureyon.
CUSTOMER SHOW AND TELL:
Deborah's crocheted project bag, which her son's girlfriend lined with fabric for her:
Lois' knitted necklace with beads:
....and her adorable zipper-up-the-back baby sweater, made with Encore:
Patti's Leaf Hats, made with Royal Alpaca and Manos del Uruguay Silky Merino:
Melanie's first ever sock, made with Jeannee worsted:
Nancy in her pretty vest made (knitted with a crochet border) with Noro Kochoran:
Nancy E's top down baby sweater, made with Encore Chunky:
Nancy C's socks, and her one our scarf:
Yvette's very own pattern the "Newport Scarf", made with Art Yarns Beaded Mohair:
....and her Shawl Collared Cowl, made with Viking Balder: