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Sunday, February 24, 2008

Finished Projects

Here is lovely Rebecca modeling a newly finished store sample made in the new soft alpaca/cashmere blend King George.

This is a warm ribbed hat and scarf set made for a lucky daughter-in law!

Here is Rebecca modeling her own hooded and cabled sweater that she just completed out of the always favorite Cascade 220.

This is a finished sweater from the Fall Rowan made from wonderfully soft Kid Silk Haze and Wool Cotton.

Ann shows off her new sweater made in the now discontinued (sniff!) Rowan Cork. Notice the Rowan-like pose and gaze that you take on when you wear their products.

Patterned socks made out of Panda Cotton.

This is a beautiful baby blanket made by a customer for an as-yet-to-be -conceived grandbaby.
This cabled entrelac blanket is truly special.

This bag was made as a gift for a very lucky batman fan. The knitter graphed out the logo and designed the bag herself. How much fun!

I love seeing all the finished things people make. Please come by and show us what you have finished and we will take a picture and share them with everyone.


HANNAH said...

What a great Post!!!
Hopefully, now everybody will come in and share!!!

drlaura said...

hi, i'm drlaura "sockguru" for crystal palace yarns. would love to post a pic of those pretty panda cotton socks on our CPYsocksandmore
we will post the knitter's name and a link to this blog. also, we're having a year long Blog photo contest with monthly prize drawings: Pink is for February, Aqua or Green are for March, blue is for April, lilac or yellow are for may, white is for june. we will be giving away yarn prizes and for feb the Vicki Square "knit kimono" book and knitting magazines from my own stash.
do say yes!
blessings, laura

Anonymous said...

I'm new to knitting and can only make scarves with the garter stitch so far, but I love seeing everyone's projects. As a newbie, I've only just heard of this craftivism project called afghans for Afghans. Here's the link to things that they need for kids in Afghanistan. As soon as I learn to (cast on by myself and) read patterns, then I'll be sure to make something for them.

Does the store already participate in something like this... maybe more locally, like chemo caps or something?

See you around,
Rebecca Teer

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