Holiday celebrations continued at our December potluck-and-knitting meeting. And, welcome to new member Leona. You may know Leona as one of the “scone ladies” at the Washington State Fair; she also is an experienced knitter and crocheter.
All of the potluck dishes — such as salmon chowder, potato casserole, holiday breads, cakes, and other yummies — were delicious. Thank you!
Friday, December 1, 2017
Wednesday, November 1, 2017
Tuesday, November 14
Bring your knitting, finished projects, name tags, and your knitting friends.
(1) Our regular photographer will be away. Will someone take pictures and send them to her?
(2) We are planning our annual December potluck brunch. Think about what we need and who will bring it.
Wednesday, October 11, 2017
Sunday, October 1, 2017
Tuesday, September 12, 2017
Two winners, actually — Jeannie and Lisa. Jeannie won second place in the Washington State Fair contest for fast knitting. She cast on 15 stitches and knit 31 stockinette rows, all in 15 minutes. She also won four ribbons for her fair entries. Congratulations, Jeannie!
What an enjoyable knitting meeting! See you in October!
Lisa won a best-in-category ribbon at the Pierce County Fair for her mitts. Yay, Lisa!
We also want to thank Joy and Cindy for giving us another stash dive today. All of the yarn will be used for wonderful knits for family, friends, and the community. Thank you!
We enjoyed some fabulous knitting today.
|Dianaʼs prayer shawl|
|Dianaʼs beautiful stitchery work was on display at the|
|Welcome, Elaine! And look at her cabled pillow cover!|
|Joanʼs many-colored shawl of leftover; note the|
|Lisaʼs Mary Maxim All That Glitters Shawl is a winner.|
|Welcome back, Joan, with your|
|Pam brought stunning Toph Hat.|
|Chrisʼs pincushion, modified with|
a bottom and weighted with pennies.
|Sueʼs Pincha shawl. A fun knit!|