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This past week plus has been one of celebration of a birthday and one of many finished projects. Let’s start with Kimberly’s BD….would like to share a lot of photos about this gathering for drinks and some of us stayed for dinner. She was so excited with her new I-phone that she was taking photos left and right. I tried to get one of her but apparently I was having too much fun myself! Apparently, I thought it was not a good photo…it’s gone! So just trust me….she was having a good time!

The following Friday we gathered at our ususal knitting workshop time and as usual many items on the needles…come done…and some in process. Here are just a few of those items.

Jean used Crystal Palace’s Merino 5 (which she purchased at K2tog in Albany) and she used Ann Norling’s Kid’s Basic pullover pattern. The animal faces were from Interweave’s “Knitted Gifts… a great book says Jean!

Jean and Sarah showing Jean's "twin" sweaters

Jean and Sarah showing Jean's "twin" sweaters

Sarah was wearing a sweater that she made some ago….and we were all enthralled. Sarah tells us, “The pattern is from a Manos del Uruguay booklet – the Design Source Collection # 1. This one is called The Pinstripe Jacket”. She looked lovely in this lovely (yes…I know it’s a play on words) design. Notice her face is not showing…she did say she doesn’t like to photo pose…but the design is so great that we must show. And here’s Sarah!

The back of the "Pinstripe" Sweater Jacket

The back of the "Pinstripe" Sweater Jacket

Sarah in her "Pinstripe" sweater jacket

Sarah in her "Pinstripe" sweater jacket

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Sarah is in our Friday morning knitting workshop…and she knits, she spins, she knits. She has made this wonderful truck sweater (pattern from Green Mountain Spinnery) a couple of times (lucky children in her circle)…..and now she has inspired Merle who is knitting cars rather trucks. You will be seeing more knitted garments from both of them in the days ahead.

p.s. you can also see more written about Sarah and the “truck” sweater at Kimberly’s Craftini

Coming next: Friday Morning Knitting Workshop Tales

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