It was nice to be able to spread out while we worked on our projects. Several of the ladies brought some of the recently completed projects too. Enjoy!

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We have several doing the Mystery Crochet Afghan at home with us and this month you get to see some that have been able to come to the meetings. Including some that are working on the next months which is joining the squares together.

You can also see some of the other projects some are working on.

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This past year and this year are pretty busy. I am behind in everything work related, including this blog. Since the contract has been awarded for the new building and construction is beginning this month, I am hoping I can play catch up. To start the new year I thought I would post all the Show n Tell pictures that have been taken over several months this past fall and late summer meetings.

It amazes me all the variety of homemade items. Yes, including the banjo, baby doll purse (you have to look for the purse when it is open), so many to mention. Below are several items that have two pictures about them. Enjoy

 

 

 

I know I have been asked where some of our Show n Tell are. Here are the last two months:

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The benefit of having two months of pictures is you will see a pink hat in the making one month and finished the next month. You also see the beginning on my variegated tunisian crochet above.  I am working on a sailboat in the tone-on-tone washcloths similar to the rocking horse and house above. Wondering what all of you are working on????

We had a small group for our Arm Knitting class. One worked on her sketching, one worked on her own crochet project, 5 worked on Arm Knitting. Personally I think casting on was the hardest for me. I did manage to finish mine (blue & gray below) the next day. It took just under 3 hours to complete. I wonder how the others felt about Arm Knitting after learning how to do it.

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Yes, I know, where does the time fly by. It’s the end of June and I have not posted any Show n Tell for the last to months. Unfortunately I have not taken pictures of everything that was brought. If you were at one of those meetings you would have seen more then what I am able to post here.

We have some wonderful examples of Mosaic Knitting make by one of our members who went around and helped everyone with tips and tricks on how to do it. Thanks Lorene

Below are 4 of her samples and the yellow is closeups of front and back and from side views.

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Here are what some of the others brought: