So much knitting...
Photos: top to bottom: Louisa Harding "Striped Beret" in Louisa Harding Kashmir DK; "Cream of Spinach" scarf in Artyarns Cameo; Fred"s Hanukah socks in Artyarns Cashmere Sock yarn: more Louisa Harding "Striped Berets"; Baby Hat with i-cord in Jil Eaton washable merino; Slouchy beret in Misti Alpaca 3 ply chunky
It has been months since, I've written here and I am happy to report that quite a bit of knitting has been taking place. Our salon has blossomed in spite of a very cold and snowy winter with lots of knitters gracing our sofas on our Salon days. I am always so impressed and proud when I see the handwork of all of these talented women. From sweaters to scarves, stunning projects abound as I witness the almost feverish creativity in our midst.
On my part, I am pleased to have completed at least a half dozen scarves, and as many hats, cowls, and other accessories. I had planned to finish a few projects but have managed to start as many or more than I have managed to complete, not to mention various buying adventures at shops near and far.