Liz finished her Copenhagen Calling inspired hat using a Cascade yarn.
The yarn is a blend of wool and acrylic with a tight twist which gives such great stitch definition and a crisp, clear pattern.
Her other hat was made using up scraps from the stash. These hats are great for using up ends of a skein so there is no waste.
Barbara started a cowl this afternoon with Berroco Vintage in a pretty burnt orange. This yarn is so soft that it will be a cozy wrap around the neck.
Debbie struggled with the brace on her wrist but she made good progress on another hat.
This sweet cap was one she finished last week using a creamy white worsted weight yarn.
Cinzia's baby jacket is finished except for the blocking. Here she worked on the last few stitches of
I-cord at the sleeve edge.
Her daughter Elena brought us a lovely crocheted child's hat which she made without the use of a pattern! She is as talented as her Mom.
She also added an infinity scarf, also crocheted.
Do you remember last week when Beth was concerned she wouldn't have enough yarn to finish her cabled hat? Well, this is all that is left.
She actually did have enough to finish this beautifully cabled hat.
Now she is working on a pastel variegated hat.
And Margaret's Fair Isle hat is progessing quickly. The star pattern shows up nicely now.
My scarf is a bit longer but doesn't really look any different. I'll work on it this week and hope to finish it for next week. So I better say goodbye and get back to my needles!