Beverly is modeling Amanda's Ka'ana Shawlette, knitted out of Berroco Vintage. Outstanding work, Amanda!
Beverly knitted these mittens out of Tosh DK and the pattern is, Nord of Dwindling Frost.
As many of you know, Beverly is an accomplished designer and these wrist warmers are a new pattern that will be released soon called, Cinnamony Mitts.
Denise has such a pretty smile! Here she is showing some boot cuffs that she knitted out of Cascade Pastaza using the pattern, Stockingette Cable Boot Cuff.
Aahhh.....so precious. Denise states that she knitted this darling sweater to practice seaming. Well, if I had known she wanted practice.........Yarn used was Cascade Superwash Aran. Denise stated that there was no pattern.
Got to be crazy about Crazy Zauberball yarn....doesn't it knit up beautifully?!
Bethany knitted a Shroom hat from Knitty. Yarn is Cascade Lana Grande.
Beautiful hat on a pretty girl. Katie knitted this hat out of Bamboo Bloom Handpaints yarn.
Linda knitted this cowl out of her own hand-spun yarn using the pattern, Birthday Cowl. Awesome!
Linda also knitted a pair of wrist warmers using Malabrigo Rios and a slip stitch pattern named Rip Current Mitts.
Love this wrap that Linda knitted out of Madeline Tosh light in the colors, Dirty Panther and Silver Fox. Pattern is Dissent.
You can't be sad around Kathy! She used my pattern, Generic Hat Pattern, to knit these caps for her grandsons. Yarn used is KnitCol on the left and Cascade 220 Superwash on the right.
Kathy also knitted this scarf out of Cherry Tree Hill yarn and the pattern, My Favorite Scarf.
Debi is a newcomer from Colorado and she is such a pleasure to be around. I've enjoyed visiting and getting to know her. She recently finished this scarf out of Plymouth Baby Alpaca Worsted yarn and used the pattern, Furrow Ribbed Scarf. She is now working on a hat to match the scarf.
After seeing Cambra's hat, Judy decided to knit another Flora's Cap and attach beads this time. Love it!
Now this sweater took a lot of time! Fantastic work, Diann! Knitted out of Encore Worsted Heathers and pattern, Svalbard Bristol Ivy.
Carol models the Baktus Wrap from Ravelry using 1 skein of Noro Silk Garden Sock.
Carol had her first experience with steeking and cutting. The blanket is knitted in the round, steeked, cut, and fringed. She came to the store to do it because she was quite nervous. All her worry was for naught, because she said that it was quite simple. However, she did have a hard time getting the blanket back from her husband to show at the Knit-In! lol
A lot of co-workers are going to be very happy this season. Carol knitted each one a pair of ear warmers and then she knitted a bag to go with it!! That black-and-orange one dropped on the floor....it was so tempting to grab......
Good eats as always!
Diann captured first with her Peppermint Sugar Cookies.
Bonnie got second with her Mexican Casserole.
Linda's Rice Salad was a hit! Boy, we sure do have some great cooks amongst us!
Thanks to everyone for making it a great year of Knit-Ins! Here's to a very Happy New Year for everyone!