Tuesday, October 12, 2010

If you Guild it, they will come.

Last night, Loops South hosted the Tulsa K.N.I.T. Guild. As always, there was a good turnout, and there were so many great projects in the "show 'n' tell" portion, my personal queue has grown by leaps and bounds!

First, Ruth arrived from her "day job" to help me work the register, and she was wearing her new Braided Scarf in Spud & Chloe Outer. This free pattern is just darling, so quick to knit, and washable to boot. Great job, Ruth!

Calista just kept pulling one awesome project after another out of her grocery bag. This was my favorite called Duck Soup. I just love how the i-cord loops are all different colors. She said she used a multi yarn and it just worked out that way. This is a $6.50 pattern download here and as Calista said, so worth it! Would be perfect (and washable) in Spud & Chloe Sweater or Berroco Vintage.

Nearly everyone in the crowd had a project to share, but none was so prolific as Kat. Dang, this chick turns out one amazing project after another! From fine crochet lace to this gorgeous Hey Teach sweater, no wonder she always scores so many ribbons at the Fair (by the way, for a winter version of Hey Teach, try Dream in Color Classy - amazing hand-dye colors, great yardage and superwash).

Kat also had this "Not Another Bag" from Sally Melville's knit stitch book I believe. This gives me felting fever (or should it be Felting LeFever?)

Love the idea of incorporating your Ravelry username into your nametag, Kat! I may have to steal that one!

- Shelley
shop online at loopsknitting.com


Blogger Kat said...

Wow, BOTH pictures of me are with my mouth open. ROFL! Is that revenge for taking out a display? ;-)

Seriously, thank you so much for hosting! I had a great time!

October 12, 2010 at 2:12 PM  
Blogger Lista said...

I had such a great time! Thanks for having our group!

October 14, 2010 at 10:11 PM  

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