07. August 2020
Placemats finished which are a long overdue wedding gift. Carolyn Miller
02. August 2020
This was a fun Knit with the yarn doing all the colorwork. I’m not a monogamous knitter. I usually have 4 or 5 projects going at once. Takes forever to finish anything that way, but seems like they all come off the needles at once. The yarn is KFI collection painted Lace Degrande and the pattern is Tequila Sunrise and can be found here: https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/tequila-sunrise-9 Cindy Moore
31. July 2020
Fresh off the needles. I made up the pattern using Bamboo Pop Sock for my wool sensitive son. Notice the oops in the self stripe yarn? At least it’s in the bottom of the sock. Roberta Platt
28. July 2020
It’s a bit too warm for a sweater but I just got it off my needles and had to show it off. It’s made of Bamboo Pop using a pattern from Vogue Knitting. Reference to the pattern can be found here: https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/01-yoked-pullover-2 If we are out of this pandemic, I plan to wear it to Christmas parties, luncheons and gatherings. Cindy Moore
12. July 2020
Donner by Elizabeth Doherty in a cotton blend. Boxy with fitted sleeves. Perfect for fall if I ever get to go anywhere! Pattern available HERE. Roberta Platt
03. July 2020
I wove these two scarves from polyester Novelty yarn. One is 78" long and the 2nd one is only 54" long and can be worn on the outside of a coat. Marion Donovan
13. June 2020
These kitchen towels were designed to respond to a Guild Winter Project from two years ago! The idea was to take a photo and translate it into a fiber project of some sort (see the note card picture of lake and autumn forest). The body of the towels is 8/2 unmercerized cotton in two shades of blue, woven in twill. The “ribbons” are 10/2 pearl cotton, doubled, woven in tabby. Marjorie Krueger
07. June 2020
Diamond Patch by Jill Vosburg, knitted in a fingering weight cotton. Always a fun knit! Roberta Platt
25. May 2020
Hazel and Paul's daughter, Michelle Delcourt just finished knitting this cowl. The pattern is “Copenhagen Calling” by Isabel Kraemer. Yarns are Madelintosh DK Superwash Merino “Silver Fox” and “Jaded Dreams”. The pattern can be found on Ravelry by clicking Here.
22. May 2020
Double wine basket with divider and plaque woven by Zsa Lobel

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