Barbara added her version of a Palindrome Hat to our inventory today. She used the basic cable pattern from the scarf to make the hat thinking the cables would show on the right side only but Surprise! It's reversible!
She found these lovely bamboo circular needles for $2.00 at the job lots store in Albany. She was going to buy them in every size but the had only size 8. Oh well, she still got a bargain. She started a Mistake Stitch Scarf with the prettiest copper sparkly yarn.
Cinzia was all in purple to match her hat in progress.
Beth came armed with some FO's. A baby blanket was finished using Plymouth Encore in baby pastel colors.
Then there was the black and red cowl and...
a felted purse which she made to learn how to felt a project and then never used it. Someone will be grateful for a lovely purse.
Margaret finished the ribbing on her hat and added the new color for the next section.
Maureen worked on her hat ribbing and will be starting the stockinette and reverse stockinette sections next.
Dorah was on such a roll with her baby hat that she knitted a deeper ribbed portion than the pattern called for so it will have a nice folded edge for warmth around the ears.
She showed us her personal project for herself. This Minty Bricks scarf will change colors as she progresses through the ball of yarn. Can't wait to see the next color!
Carole has 18 more rows to knit on the ear band of her 1898 hat and then she'll graft the ends together, pick up stitches, and knit the crown of the hat. This is a quick and fun project to knit.
Beth's Last Minute Cowl looks lovely in this bright orange yarn. The yarn is also showing off the stitch definition very nicely.
I started a Watchman's Cap today and hope to have it finished this week. This is another quick knit and easy to memorize.
Here is Maureen's finished Last Minute Cowl ready to go into inventory.
It is finally sweater weather here in the Northeast and I'm loving it! My closet has been changed over to the fall and winter wardrobe and I'm ready. Bring on the lower temps!