Strolling By

Danielle was in the neighborhood and strolled in with her sons. They are really cute and hammed it up for the camera (but only under strict instructions not to smile). Her oldest is wearing a Flap Happy hat and Danielle’s All about the button scarf (which is a free download on Ravelry).
Lois finished one sleeve and began knitting the second. She will definitely finish this before the child is 21 😉 Next is sewing seams, and the neckline. Home stretch for sure. This is a good thing as Lois is more than ready to move on.
Diane’s Mini Mochi Mittens (turned fingerless gloves) are nearing finishing the thumb gusset.
Sherry finished this cute crocheted purse. For the button, she stacked three buttons for an interesting look.

On the back, she cleverly attached a lovely pin. Well done!

Her 2 color scarf is coming out beautifully. You can’t tell from the picture, the lighter color is a light green to complement the darker green. When it’s done, she’s going to border it with reverse single crochet to hide the color changes that show on the sides.
Mary had several projects in tow. She whipped out the baby dress, which is halfway done. She whipped it away before I could get a picture. She’s working on a ribbed scarf for one of her sons.

and swatched for the Funky Tote in the Sublime Accessories booklet.
The best, hands down, was the mobius neckwarmer that she brought in. The construction totally baffled her. The twist is in the cast on and you are working both ends out from the cast on. It is totally cool!

The enlightenment (or aha! moment) came with binding off. See, she has that far away look in her eyes, as she contemplates the mysterious nature of the mobius.

She began casting on straight away for another one.