|GwenS's cat, Sunny|
A thoroughly enjoyable evening at Crossroads with the Eastside Stitchers. After the crazy crowded group we had last week, we had a smaller and much quieter group. Well, I guess quiet is relative.
CathieC and I started the evening at a... SQUARE TABLE. Ouch. What is it with these people sitting at the round tables?
We were soon joined by Wajio. Then people moved, and we grabbed our usual large round table in the corner near Half-Price Books and Starbucks.
CathieC was working on her Racing Raindrops scarf by Churchmouse Yarns & Teas. She is firmly into the decrease part of this beautiful beaded scarf.
Wajio brought someone else's knitting.
JulieMustKnit brought two past projects for Show and Tell. I didn't take photos of either, and I am so sorry. They both came out beautifully. I did get a photo of her newest project, Antarktis, by KalioKnits.
WeWillTellYouAllOfOurSecrets blog by Caitlyn Ffrench. The yarn is dyed with natural ingredients, and the ball band is a beautiful piece of work as well.
Hermione's Everyday Socks knit in Huckleberry Knits Red Rock.
Colleen brought a scarf she is knitting using a ribbon yarn. Both of the photos I took were blurry, but this was the best of the two:
Amigirl joined us for the last hour or so and brought...
Sprucey Lucy socks. There are two finished heels. I watched Amigirl try them on, and they fit beautifully. How long/tall will the legs be? We shall see.
We discussed windstorms, losing power and the big storm of 2006. This brought on a discussion of bridges, (I drove across the I90 floating during the storm and my car was hit by water sloshing over the side of the bridge) including the Tacoma Narrows Bridge. At some point, as many of our discussions do, the talk turned to sock heels.
It's all about the knitting.
f1bercat shaping the planet from the safety of home.