Seaweed Scarf in Luxury Handpaint Silk. Lois was beginning to lose that loving feeling for not only the Gypsy Tank, but knitting altogether. The Gypsy Tank has reached the point where it is endless circular stockinette that never seems to grow longer. Starting a project with a shiny, smooth, and colorful yarn has restored her love of the craft.
Top Down Baby Bunting. She wanted help with picking up stitches evenly along the neck and back for the hood and getting the sleeve stitches onto double pointed needles. Those are two areas that catch her up short. She'll probably be ready to kitchener the hood closed next week and sew on the buttons.
This was a very creative solution and we think she may be onto something. In fact, we like that it's in a Stew Leonard's bag and think she should take it to Stews and show them yet another way to reuse their bags.
Linda is rocking her Top Down Sweater. The contrast color she's added on the sleeve is awesome! I am totally inspired to knit this sweater. I've had stash yarn for it for years. I love how it's coming out.