Margaret knitted this great baby set for a friend. If you look carefully at the jacket you will notice that Margaret has created points of interest within the jacket by incorporating several stitch designs. In fact, it looks like a sampler!
Roberta has been busy with the pins knitting this intricate white cardigan for her Great Grand-daughter. The cat buttons are such a great idea. The blue and white jumper is something that Roberta rattled together in her spare moments. A great way to use up your odds and ends.
Wow! I saw Sharon working on this jacket a few weeks ago and was intrigued by the use of Eyelash yarn. The finished jacket is spectacular. What an amazing gift for someone.
Janice had two finishes this week. The pink cardigan with the sparkle buttons was for her box and she had completed a little dog coat for her son's Jack Russel pup. The dog coat was a little on the large side for the pup but it would grow into it in time! Sadly, the photo of the dog coat seems to have disappeared into mist. Sorry about that!
Susan also had two finishes to show this week. I love these little knitted cardigans. I think hand knits have such a caring dimension to them. Anyone who receives hand knitted gifts just knows that they were made with love.
Something completely different! This Owl Mug Hug just appealed to me. How cute is this for a gift? Jean, I like your style!
I managed to complete this crocheted flower brooch. At the moment I'm attempting to crochet and I was delighted with this finish.
Please remember that every finish you bring along to the group to be photographed for the blog earns you a chance to win the weekly lucky dip. You have to be in it to win it!
Please remember that there is a conference taking place in the Management Suite for the next eight weeks. The furniture must be replaced in its original place ready for the next day. There is also a shortage of chairs, so if some people could bring along a fold up chair that would be great.