Susan finished up her A-Line Jacket from Debbie Bliss's Family Knits just in time to head out of town for a conference (her self-imposed deadline). She had to redo a couple of parts but she still finished just ahead of schedule. Susan used Brown Sheep Cotton Fleece in color Milk Chocolate Chip. It's a great little cardi (I made one a while back that I wear a lot) you can dress up or down. Nice job!

Ellen continues to make the most gorgeous projects! This time around she knit the Shetland Triangle pattern from Wrap Style using Blue Sky Alpacas Alpaca & Silk in their new spring color Mango. It's so cheery and perfect for a chilly air-conditioned room! I can't wait to see what she knits up next!

Kim is wearing Mallow from the organic cotton collection knit for her by a friend out of RYC Cashcotton DK in Cobalt. And she made her skirt! What a great outfit!

My (Stewart) newest niece was born on Monday so of course I had to stop everything and knit up a little something for her. When I started this sweater I didn't yet know the baby's gender but I figured gray and seafoamy green would work just fine for either. The pattern is the Baby Baseball Tee from Knit Two Together. I used Rowan purelife organic cotton in colors Oak Apple (the gray) and Rhubarb (the seafoamy green). I hope she likes it!

Bonnie just finished the first of a series of baby blankets in the Blue Sky Alpaca Dyed Cotton. She used Raspberry, Orchid and Shell in a beautiful seed stitch. We're sure to see a few more of these lovely blankets in the coming weeks.

1 comment:

KimP said...

Hi Melanie, thanks for putting up the photo of me and my new blue sweater Eileen made me! I blog about it here: http://cottoncreeksewing.blogspot.com/

Also, if you want to learn how to sew a skirt, let me know! I'm happy to teach.