April 30, 2020
|Anita's 'COVID Comforter'|
April 29, 2020
Apparently there is some spinning going on during our isolation.
Elizabeth send in this photo of her latest project - which she said she is pleased with as she finally achieved a yarn that doesn't look like it was meant to tie up a BC Ferry. Drop Spindle spinning!
|Elizabeth's black alpaca plied with handspun Shetland|
April 17 - 22 2020
Our lovely Spring weather has enticed people to spend more time outside. But there is still time for creating lovely things.
|Helen's finished scarf - knit from blank|
Helen has found a unique project - knitting a scarf from a blank. I had to ask what a blank was - its a tube already knit which comes undone to be re-knit.
Anita has been busy sewing surgical caps and masks and working in the garden. She also managed to finish these lovely knit socks.
|Cathy's vest - steeked front -waiting for a zipper|
April 2 - 2020
Anita is using up her left over sock yarn to make a blanket. Its called Domino knitting - each square gets knitted onto the next with all ends being knitted as you go (saves time on the finishing for sure).
JoAnne is back home and in self isolation mode. I'm sure we will see some great work in progress from her shortly. In the meantime, here are a couple of completed items.
|Socks from yarn she purchased on Quadra Island|
|Fingerless gloves from yarn purchased for a knit along with her friend in Tucson|
|Avis - Hats for charity|
|Avis is an avid knitter - she's even more productive now!|
|Socks by Avis|
|Helen's socks - yarn from knitpicks - |
two small balls to make too small socks
|Carole's pretty in Pink Spring Socks|
|Marie-Jose - Selbu Gloves|
|Eileen's funky socks|
|Cathy's - two at once on the magic loop needle -Awesome!|