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Zoom Knit-Meeting projects update

Knit in Berroco Pure Pima

Elizabeth D's Glen Echo Blanket;

Knit in Berroco Comfort, worsted

Pat's Elephant Baby Blanket; knit in Berroco Comfort, worsted

Knit in Knit Picks Dishie Twist, a great alternative to wool for people sensitive to animal fibres.

Jane's Silver Bridges Pocket Shawl;, Knit in Estelle Chunky

Knit in Rico Cotton and I added some lace to the hem.

Knit in Luxury Tweed Worsted

Knit in Berroco Summer Silk

Knit in Rowan Pure Cotton for a lovely stitch definition.

Liz's Stephen West KAL, Winter Lights Shawl;

Pat's perfect socks for Paul. Definitely Mrs. MsClenny approved!!!

Knit in Berroco Vintage, Chunky

Zelda's Autumn Weaves Beanie;

Songbird Fibres worsted weight in Norther Parula

Knit in Malabrigo Rios; one of Sandy's UFO's!!

Liz's Stephen West KAL, Slipstravaganza;

Knit from a Songbird Fibres Kit

Mary Grace's KFI boot socks, perfect again!!! Knit in FFI Luxury Indulgence

Knit in KFI Painted Desert; another UFO, YAY Sandy!!!

Knit in Mille Colori and Rowan Superwash worsted. This yarn had started to be another Twisted Float Shrug but got ripped out and repurposed into this cozy sweater.

Knit in Zara

Carilyn's Persian Flaw socks

Here is the picture of my Persian Flaw Socks. As you can see, the gremlins got into my knitting when I wasn’t looking and made one sock longer (or shorter) than the other. However, I found that if I hold my one leg just so, they match up. With any luck, you too can make a pair of Persian Flaw Socks.

I feel sure they come in many patterns. Hide your knitting at night so the gremlins don’t find them.

Mrs. McClenny

This KAL is going until June 30th and a lot of fun to knit; great for stashbusting and there's a great giveaway too!!!

I knit it using leftover Akara DK Merino (green and cream) and an unlabeled (gasp!) purple Merino and Silk.

from a Knitters magazine, fall 2010, knit in Ella Rae Superwash Worsted

Until next time

I hope you've enjoyed reading this blog and are getting some inspiration for future projects.

If we could just all stay home and knit....

Have you heard the new term "Knitflixing"?

Lindsey of the Chesapeake Needle mentioned it in one of her patterns and it is a combination of knitting and Netflix.

Very apropos in these strange times.

Keep those needles and hooks moving!

Happy and Productive knitting


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