Wednesday, September 24, 2008

This month we tried something new with the spinning class by skipping a week in between the classes. I think it worked well! The students were more excited to come back and give it another try and they didn't seem to forget what they had learned two weeks before.

There is truly nothing like your first handspun yarn!
Cate C. has been fast at work finishing projects before her tennis elbow surgery Friday. This is the Market Bag from XRX Knitter's Dozen Market Bags. The handles are handmade from Muench.
Her pumpkin Dumpling bag! Love it!
This little bag is from Interweave Felts 2008.
Her Cobweb shawl of Jojoland Melody. She is knitting fast!
Robin finished her Hemlock Ring Blanket, knit in Wool Around the World.
Detail of Robin's Hemlock Ring.
Our buddies from Haddonfield, in for more Brown Sheep yarn for Rib Warmers. Love to see you!
Cate K. finished her Sheep Shop sweater and it is a real gem. The yarn makes this simple pattern really special. She says she has knit this pattern several times in different yarns including Lopi, Cascade 220 and others.
Rosemary's crocheted shawl of Plymouth Buckingham is so soft and lovely. She is knitting in record time, now that she is finished with the 12 chemo caps she knit for us to give to Virtua Hospital in Mount Holly.
Beth's fair isle sweater for her toddler. It's a Lopi pattern knit in stash and leftovers.
Detail of yoke.
Beth's Christmas stocking from Handknit Holiday. Mostly Manos and Woolbearers Thick and Thin

Jill finished her shrug!

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