We had a week off while I was off to the theme parks of Orlando but now it's time to get back into the swing of things.
Barbara finished a warm cabled hat with a flirty button detail.
There is no reason a person can't look stylish while staying warm.
Kathleen made good work of her time off by knitting up a whole heap of stuff. Two pairs of mittens was just the beginning.
Another Leaf Lace sweater set was added to the inventory as well as....
a cute little bonnet to match the cardigan she made a couple of weeks ago.
The Garter Yoke Baby Cardi is a free pattern if you are a member of Ravelry. Here is Kathleen's finished cardi, a quick and easy knit.
Kathleen has a magic button box which ALWAYS has the perfect buttons for her finished knits.
She'll have this vest finished for next week's entry, I'm sure.
Cate is back from dental school for a little while. We all were really glad to see her and hear all about how she's doing.
Beth was soooooo happy to finally be finished with her cabled pullover. This is the sweater she made using vintage yarn from her stash. She held her breath the whole way through, praying she would have enough yarn to finish.
Well, she made it! With only this much to spare!
Maureen put down her reversible stripes scarf to show us a pair of socks she is making for herself. After the success she had with the bike socks she made for her husband, she decided she needed a pair also. Great colors!
From the book, "Sock Yarn, One Skein Wonders", I'm working on the Little Hanten jacket using a self striping sock yarn. The back is almost finished and then on to the sleeves and assembly.
It's good to be back with my Chicks.