1st Project: Sweater for Son-in-Law Luke Postle (photo posted with his permission). DROPS design 13-18, (pattern available HERE). Size M/L, knitted using DROPS Muskat Mercerized Cotton (yarn available HERE).
I completed these weavings some time ago but just now got around to framing them and finding a place for them in my new home. They are woven from left over needlepoint wool on a digitally printed circular loom which can be found here. Cindy Moore
Finished the last of the hooded cardigans for the 3 cutest granddaughters. I'm supposed to be getting a photo collage of the two girls in Kansas and one in NY. That should be fun! The pattern is Clementine Hoodie and can be found HERE on Ravelry. Elyse Meltz
Natural dyed cotton t-shirts with alum used as a mordant. Items used included hickory nuts, mushrooms, turmeric, geraniums, spiderwort blossoms, petunias, tea and pansies. Needed a bit of a sun shade in my office so I just cut elongated triangles and made a pennant banner. Suz Weitzel
Here's a couple of hats I've made for the grands for Christmas. The green/black one (Botanic) is reversible. The gray/black (Prancing Horses) is for my horse enthusiast. Both are knitted with Cascade 220 Super Wash. After hurting my hand, I had to stop all my current knitting projects because my gauge is different right now. So I did what anyone else would do — I cast on new projects. :) Cindy Moore