Jane won first for her delicious Potato/Sausage/Spinach Casserole.
Laura won second place for her Corn Frito Salad.
Janet won third for her Cheese Peppers.
Thanks to everyone who brought food to enjoy!!
It's always fun to see everyone's creation during Show 'n Tell:
Shirley created this beautiful Cap Sleeve Sweater out of Vintage Chunky.
Love these colors! Shirley knitted my Puddin' Sweater pattern out of Ultra Pima Cotton. She found the perfect little lady bug buttons to match!
This little dress just makes a person smile! The pattern is Simple Baby Dress, and knitted out of Ultra Pima Cotton.
Doesn't Tina look so lovely in this picture? What a great job of modeling her L'envelope wrap. The pattern is by Sally Melville and is knitted with Plymouth Encore yarn.
Another happy Puddin' Sweater! Karen did a fantastic job of knitting this one out of Universal Yarn's Uptown DK.
Shirley (employee) received a pair of Mukluk slippers from Debbie. She loved them so well that she decided to knit a pair for each grandchild. The slippers are knitted out of Cascade 128 Superwash. Here she shows 3 pairs....3 down...9 to go.......
Judy has a lot of fun researching hat patterns and keeping her family well stocked with warm hats. Here are two that she made recently. The hat on the left is the Rikke Hat pattern and Judy used MadTosh DK yarn for it. The hat on the right is Flora's Cap and the yarn used was Blue Sky Alpaca Silk.
Jane has been making the Knit-In for the last couple of months and shared this baby blanket she recently knitted.
Kristin models the vest she knitted using the pattern, Indigo Cones, and Cotton Supreme Yarn. Beautiful work!
Denise has been very busy with her knitting and had several finished projects to share. Above she models the pattern by Beverly called, Positive Slope. Denise used two different colors of Malabrigo Lace yarn.
This cowl is so cute. The pattern is Bandana Cowl and yarn is Noro Furisode.
Unfortunately, all the beautiful details in this shawl are not showing in the picture. Denise did a wonderful job of knitting. She used the pattern, Squared Violets, and the yarn is Madeline Tosh Light.
Wow and wow.....that's a lot of work! Denise knitted this pattern based on the Ron Weasley Blanket pattern. She used various skeins of Malabrigo, Madelinetosh, Rios, Pashmina, and maybe a few others.
Beverly knitted this sweater out of Heritage Silk. The pattern is Elfie.
What an adorable sweater that Bethany knitted out of Vintage DK! The pattern is Diggory Sweater.
Bethany also made a hat and mittens that will fit her son, Joseph, in the future. The pattern is Able Cable for the hat, and Kid's Mittens for the mittens. Both are knitted out of Jojoland Baritone.
Another beautiful shawl that the picture doesn't do justice. Lil did amazing work! The pattern is Bridgewater, and the yarn is Juniper Moon Farm Findley.
Love this sweater that Cathy knitted out of Vintage yarn. The pattern is from the book, Essentially Feminine Knits and is the Lily pattern.
Kathy K. designed this headband and attached her mother's brooch to it.
Kathy also knitted this lovely cowl out of Beaded Silk Jewel yarn.
Diann knitted a pair of socks out of Cascade Heritage Paints yarn and used the pattern, Rosebud Socks.
Diann knitted this precious boy's vest using the pattern, Zigvest, and Uptown DK yarn.
Diann loved Martha's shawl that she has on display here so naturally she knitted one also! The pattern is Katy Jubilee.