Back in Stouffville on the 20th of February, a very good turn out and lots of wonderful stuff.
We are still hoping that teens and tweens will join in and learn an old craft. What a great way to learn to make clothing for yourself or for some one else. So don't be shy, we will be happy to help you with your project.
I think learning to knit or crochet is great therapy, a wonderful way to relax.
Now here are a few items from the group.
Here is Donna showing this gorgeous baby blanket.
Well Pat I love the colous in this sweater and what a great job you did!
Love the scarf too.
And this little boy's sweater, amazing!
And a baby's dress and bonnet.
Anne is showing this beautiful Afghan, it's ashame you can't see it close up. Love it.
A baby blanket I crocheted, and again you can't see the true colour and the pattern. This pattern is from the Bernat free pattern site, the name of it is (soft stripe blanket). Check it out, you would want to start one right away, as Tracy said when I sent the link to her.
This Afghan was crocheted with bulky yarn. When I was finished with it, my shoulders were hurting so much, I had to start some thing with softer yarn. Never rush an Afghan using bulky yarn.
And here is Madge showing the Afghan, we called the yarn eater. This looks great and sure is warm. Love it Madge!
Busy Margaret modeling a hat and scarf she designed, using scraps. great job Margaret!
You can see it on the table with another hat.
These beautiful scarves Sue dropped off, since she was unable to be at the meeting.
This baby blanket is from Tracy, and she used the crazy stitch for the squares. The colous are soft pastel and the blanket is also very soft.
This one is the rectangle granny square. Love the colours!
A few items from donors, dropped off at the Knitting Basket.
Thank you for accepting these for Casting off The Cold, Fareeda.
Ladies thank you again for the great you do.