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July 2010 Show and Tell
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Kay,, our demonstrator, models her new G-Carriage SweaterKay demonstrated Loop Stitch Embossing Techiques. She is holding the swatch she made during our demonstration.Kay decorated this pillow with Loop Stitch Embossing. The pillow features vertical and horizontal loop stitch techniques.Kay's samples show vertical and diagonal loop stitch embossingJosh and Jesse show the Circular blanket that Josh made from Hobby Lobby's <b>I Love this Yarn</b>Josh also made these two tuck stitch afghans as well as several other items. He has only been knitting since January of this year. Josh's sevice dog peeks out from below.Carol shows photos of several afghans she has made on her Bond/USM machine. These have already gone on to new homes.Deb models the scarf she made on her Brother electrionic machine. It is her first foray into lace made with the lace carriage. She learned to not go too fast.Linda shows the shawl she made. The pattern is Ruby's Shawl in our free patterns.Jan is a new machine knitter. She showed us this crochet afghan.Jan also hand knit this blue baby blanket.Socorro showed us this lovely crochet lace shawl.Arlene brought this baby sweater made by the All in One pattern from our website. She added a band of fair isle. She also made the hat and socks. Peggy has been using up scraps handknitting and crocheting this little doll for her new Granddaughter. The doll is going to have lots of clothes too.Carol tried a new pick up stitch pattern that was in the <b>Bond Buzz Newsletter </b> to make this scarf.Linda made this scarf from yarn that she hand dyed at Mary Berry's Fancy Fibers Farm. This was Linda's first time to dye yarn and she wants to do more.Evelyn brought this G-carriage SweaterKay made this G-Carriage sweater by running two different colors of yarn through the G-Carriage at once. The colors are just slightly different. She feels this gives the color more depth.
March 2011 Show and Tell
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Faye demonstrated blocking methods.Linda showed a scarf with beads and tuck stitches.Linda also made this scarf with beads and tuck stitchesEvelyn brought this v neck sweater with an interesting collar.Evelyn also brought this sweater with a pretty intarsia design.Lois showed us her afghanCarol also brought an afghan to show. She had decorated it with I Cord.Carol made these cute fairisle hats.Arlene brought a scarf of may colors.Socorro brought this interesting blanket.Janis showed this afghan.Nancy has been experimenting.Hilary showed this neat edgingLinda brought this beautiful cabled sweater.Linda's hat has an interesting bottom band.Linda's yellow cardigan has a lace yoke and sleeves.
June 2011 Show and Tell
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Chris shows off her bird hat. The hat was made on the machine, and the details are crochet.Chris made a whole collection of bird hats in all sorts of colorsKay models one of her scarfsKay knitted strips and braided them together for this scarfKay's ribbed scarfKay with her scarfJo's Class Reunion Afghan, knit in double bed jacquardHere is Jo, the lady behind the afghan.Janice made this darling hat.Janice has this thread lace had inbaby hat in progressLinda M shows her colorful hat.Cleta models her beautiful sweater.Linda W tries on her thrumed hat made on the midgaughe machine from a Knitpicks Pattern. She also knit her fairisle vest from a Knitpicks Kit - but made on the machine.Linda shows her threadlace samplesLinda shows one of the thrumbed mittems made on her midgauge machine.
December 2011 Show and Tell
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