Friday, March 12, 2010

Friday Finale....

This week in the shop we've had lots of new projects completed by our great knitting family.  Crocheting is really taking off here...and here is the latest crochet creation made after a much needed break from knitting baby items...
Mary has been crocheting turtles.  She used Noro and Lamb's Pride for this project. She's making a few of these for gifts for the little folks in her life.
Sitting around the table.  Everyone is welcome!
Beautiful Knitting Hands...Isabel.
Linda S. brought these lovely tulips in to celebrate the coming spring.
Barb W. knit these amazing socks up in between knitting her Great American Aran Afghan...last I heard she was on her last square!  There's a secret behind these sock that you'll  have to ask Barb about sometime.  

Ellyn Cooper's lastest design.  This is a capelet that she has recently designed using several of her yarns. She was also knitting up another one in different yarns that was coming out beautifully.  You can choose a variety of Ellyn's yarns to work this project up. That's some of her yarn behind her on the wall.
And of course...the back view. We'll be having a class on this in April.
Nancy...a traveling nurse that has found us during her stay in Windham just completed these couple of pairs of socks.  Lots of nurses come into the shop and find knitting to be such a great way to unwind.  Often time you'll find nursing stories being swapped around in the shop!
She'll be travelling off to New York soon.  We'll miss her fun stories and great smile that she always brightened the shop with!
Kathy P. in another beautiful Japanese Mystery Scarf...this one is made out of cotton.

1 comment:

  1. Awwww...Paddy the sea turtle made it as a blog headliner in time for St. Paddy's Day! He has found a new home with my newborn nephew Owen :), but he enjoyed his brief visit with all the great folks at the shop!