Wednesday, November 18, 2015

Wednesday at Crossroads

Great night at Crossroads with the Eastside Stitchers.  First of all, the Sammamish High School Drama Department did a medley of songs from their Fall musical, Little Shop of Horrors, on the Market Stage at the center of the mall.  The quality of the singing was really impressive, and as that play is one of my very favorites, I was happy to sing along, and just enjoy the entertainment.  If you live in the area, they will be performing the play the weekend of December 3, 4, & 5 at Interlake High School.  (Why at Interlake?  Sammamish High School is being remodeled, and they don't have use of their own stage this year.)

Puzan was knitting a cowl with handspun yarn from Truespark.
JitteryKnitter was combining two yarns, the colorful one is by Spincycle Yarn, into a University of Oregon (I hope that is the right school) cowl.
This horrible photo is of BlueBerryMary's newest hat.
Our newest Eastside Stitcher, Ellie, has finished the ribbing of her very first knitting project, and is now knitting around and around.
GwenS was working on a project that is to be a gift for someone (guess who???) so I can't post a photo.  Instead, I thought I would show you Gwen's masterpiece, Addie.  You will notice that Addie is a bit blurry in every photo I took tonight. 

I was holding the phone perfectly still... Addie did not stop moving for a second.
Hrvdmnky has finished more of her peacock feathers for the peacock hats she is knitting.
JitteryKnitter brought a finished hat, knit with ReadnitDream's handspun.
There were 2 Linen Stitch Scarves at Wednesday Night Knitting.
Tara1682 is making great progress on her 7th (yes this is her seventh time making this pattern) scarf.
DomesticShorthair had a finished scarf for show and tell.  She also brought the lace sweater she is knitting.
Our last FO for the evening was this beautiful beaded lace cowl knit by SpinningLizzy.
We spent a bit of time trying to decide if the eyelets in the lace looked more like the eyes of upside down owls or bats, or perhaps aliens...

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