Tuesday, February 2, 2010

Eat, Sleep, Knit

Okay...some of us have a problem...it could be worse right?

Heiki designed this beautiful coat. She used Rustic Tweed which is a DK weight yarn and it was doubled stranded it to give it a nice heavy weight.  

Ellyn Cooper knit this multi-directional scarf from her Ellyn Cooper's Yarn Sonnets Texas Big Horn in Khaki Blues. 

Isabel knit this multi-directional scarf out of Murano.  This yarn comes in a big hank so one skein will work this project up easily.
Ellyn Cooper's mom knit this Fiber Trends pattern The Landscape Shawl...a new pattern we have here in the shop.
Ellyn Cooper's Yarn Sonnets beautiful So Smooth was used for the bulk of the shawl and Cribe Irise yarn was used for the edging.
This prayer shawl is being knit for our dear friend Sue's sister-in-law.  We are all going to be knitting a few rows on it to share our blessings with her...
Linda knit this multi-directional scarf out of Rowan Felted Tweed. She used 3 skeins for an extra long scarf that can wrap once around your neck.

Maggy knit this Basil Hat out of Mission Falls. We have a number of knitters at the shop making this hat in all sorts of colors.  Everyone is enjoying this project.  

Our prolific knitter Barb knit these Snowflake Socks from Louet Gems merino wool. She knit this in between her work on The Great American Aran Afghan. I love the snowflake on the heel!

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