Susan was spinning what appears to be the last
bobbin of her three-ply yarn for the final arm of her daughter's
sweater. The yarn is from her daughter's favorite Icelandic
sheep. Susan also brought a lovely blanket spun and woven from
the wool of their sheep. Nice going, Susan!
Charlene has been absent for a few meetings but
came today, just in time to show off her shawl: garter stitch
background with short-rowed lunettes of lace. She also had lots
of souvenirs from a trip to Paris that she took with her mother,
including some stitch markers.
Pat brought an ultra-simple knitting project so
she could watch the spinning. Oops - the ultra-simple project
was home on her couch. Instead she brought a poncho knit with
two strands of yarn in a cable pattern, where she was stumped.
Charlene used her stitch markers (from the Paris trip) to bring
Pat back up to the current row of her knitting.
Lucinda was knitting in a dark yarn, on small
needles, in barely-adequate lighting, but she managed not to
express her feelings aloud.
Shelley stopped by to say hello but then had to
Conversation included what we were working on;
families (children, grandchildren, mothers and pets), planned
vacations, future venues for these meetings, etc.