Cornelia entered the shop saying, “I’ve come light years since last week.”
She is swatched and ready to start a CustomFit long vest with one button. Rasta (Super Bulky: 100% Merino, 90 yards).
Finally, she cut a compost heap of fringe for her granddaughter’s poncho in Rasta.
Eleanor knitted up to the point where she rejoined for neck of her Madison Poncho knit with Creative Focus (Worsted: 75% Wool, 25% Alpaca, 220 yards) . She asked me if there is any reason not to sew the ends from the neck tight at join now versus when the poncho is done. My only reason is because you don’t know what can happen. The knitting g-ds may get you. Better to leave it to the final finishing, Those over zealous finishing moments can come back and bite you.
Mary is ready to cast on for her CustomFit sweater. She is knitting a tunic in Seedling (Aran: 100% Cotton, 110 yards). The variegated yarn will be used on the borders and trims.
Customfit vest, fringe granddaughters poncho.
Fallen Halo cowls as gifts in Artyarns Artyarns Cashmere 5 and Artyarns Cashmere Glitter it’s quick, easy and makes for a beautiful gift. As it’s my design, I thank you for the compliment.
Palmyre, among other things. Once she can can settle into her kids schedule.
Customfit tunic and Building Blocks afghan.