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
21. May 2020
Here are some pictures of three scarfs I recently finished. Suz Weitzel
17. May 2020
New vest for my daughter — Pebbles Eyelet Tank. This lovely pattern was designed by Pam Allen and knitted in Filatura Di Crosa Portofino, a lovely Italian yarn. You can find the pattern on Ravelry by clicking here. Robert Platt
15. May 2020
Started as a pinwheel baby blanket, then added a knitted on border, now not sure what to do with it because the holes are too big for using with a baby. Maybe an older child could play with it like a cape! Pattern is called Pinwheel Blanket from the book Knitalong: Celebrating the Tradition of Knitting Together. The pattern is now available on Ravelry Here. Elyse Meltz
11. May 2020
Just finished this one called Drape Neck Top by Jacqueline van Dillen. Available on the Vogue Knitting Magazine website, Spring/Summer 2011, #3 and on Ravelry. I used Bergere de France Reflet from my stash. Roberta Platt
01. May 2020
This lovely summer tee was knitted by Roberta in a cotton/linen blend. The pattern is Cascata and can be found HERE. It's a FREE pattern!

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