We had a lovely time at Knit night Friday.
Mary Beth Klatt was knitting her Citron shawl.
The pattern is by Hilary Smith Callis.
It is a free pattern available on Ravelry.
Melissa was working on this crocheted sweater from Crochet Today magazine.
She is working with 100% cotton Araucania.
This sleeve is finished.
Below is Jane's Guernsey Wrap by Jared Flood.
Jane added an extra section and found the pattern easy to work in the instructed rows. This wheat colored yarn shows off the texture of the patterns so beautifully.
Two friends knitting the same pattern...can only mean double the fun.
Michelle and Linda are knitting
Beyond Puerperium from the book
Knit.so.quaint. It is also available as a Raverly pattern.
Both knitters are using our Hempathy yarn.
Paula's Blossom Bolero by Stitchy Mama
was finished and ready to gift.
Paula knit it in a week, for a five year old girl.
If you want a fast and fun project...here you go!
Chris was working on her Helena baby sweater.
The pattern is from Knitty archives by Allison Green Will.
She is using Ella Rae yarn for this delicate beauty.
Patty is always knitting something fun.
She is making the Windsor Mitts.
They are soft and lovely.
Rachel's crochet sleeveless Tunic is beautiful.
Not quite finished, the Crochet Shell Stitch Tunic in Noro Taiyo Sock yarn is creating color bursts in effortless rows.
Rachel has been working on this for a few months, but it will be well worth the efforts.
We leave you with this gorgeous shawl by Christine.
Tampa, is the pattern by Julie Blagojevich.
Originally published in Crochet Works you can find the pattern on Ravelry.
She has created a lovely masterpiece.
Nice work, Christine.