Karin worked quickly on a pair of Saartjes booties http://members.home.nl/tdpj/Patronen/Bootees/Saartjes%20bootees.pdf using her own hand dyed yarn that was the most beautiful shade of hot pink. Her yarns are available at http://www.etsy.com/shop/franknit
She finished one whole bootie in about an hour. She's a fast knitter to say the least!
Sheila worked diligently on her scarf and is mastering the basketweave pattern. Since it's summer, golf sometimes takes precident over knitting so the scarf is taking a little longer to finish. But who can blame her?! When the weather is nice you have to take advantage of it.
Kathleen took yarn last week and already finished a baby blanket with it. It is called "Plush" and it sure is! By the way, Amy this is the first finished project from your generous donation. All the Chicks thank you again.
Liz filled the inventory with four cute baby caps and bonnets. This little bonnet was the same pattern that Kathleen used last week.
Maureen picked up on Cate's pink baby blanket while Cate is away. The hearts make is so sweet.
Now here is the part where Amanda should look away!!!
I finished a baby afghan for my new granddaughter, Eliana, who has not yet arrived. I used Plymouth Encore yarn in worsted weight. The pastel pink is set off by a color changing yarn which makes it look like I used multiple colors when it was really only one skein of yarn.