Friday, December 28, 2012

Mini-Eastside Stitchers Meet for Brunch


This morning, on the radio, the announcer said that the rain had stopped in Seattle, and while it was still raining in Bellevue (across the lake from Seattle), the rain would soon stop, and it would be a relatively nice day.  LIAR.

As far as I could see, it rained almost all day, and was freezing.  Well, not actually freezing, but not in the upper 40's either.

This morning, some of the Eastside Stitchers who couldn't meet last night got together at Crossroads for breakfast/brunch and some stitching.

Who was there and what were they working on?

There was a bit of colorwork show and tell.  Skeinherder brought some wristers.
And Redbird1 brought her first pair of colorwork mittens.
She was finishing the 2nd thumb.
Redbird1 was just starting a new scarf, Autumn Scarf, by Annie Lee, aka JumperCablesKnitting. 

Chockelet was working on some Ribbed Fingerless Mitts from the Ella Rae pattern book.  Her yarn was Ella Rae, also.
VanessaPolo was wearing the first sweater she had knit, by Stephanie Japel.
and knitting a Habitat hat by Jared Flood.
Skeinherder was working on a pair of slippers, "Easy House Slippers."  When they are finished, they should look like Grinch Shoes.
Redbird1 and Skeinherder both wore their Dropped Stitch Scarves.

Next week on Wed. January 2, I won't be able to get together with the group, so we plan to have a second meet up on Friday, January 4, also.  Hope some of you can make one of those.

shaping the planet with 2 stitching meet ups.

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