Everyone has been very busy while I was preparing for TNNA.  Thanks to Alicia wearing one of the loop scarves I sold during the holiday sample sale this past December, this scarf pattern is off and running again.  My version spirals for someunknown reason and is loads of fun…will type at some future date so you can play with it.  For now, enjoy and hopefully be inspired by all the awesome fiber arts going on at Summit Yarn.  Here in no particular order:

Kate Wassel's entrlac socks...she is currently crocheting the cutest owl ever! This past weekend was her birthday -- so be sure to send her great Birthday Wishes!!!

 

I came up with a way to crochet this infinity scarf so it has a sawtooth edge on both edges and Chris is loving the pattern and tested it through every possible variation!

 

Chris finished her Prysm Socks from one of last year's kits.

 

one of the Ewetopia swatches I did to see what stitch definition I could get...!

 

Skullcap worn by my teenage son...two balls would make a nice sized adult stocking hat.

 

Izzy wearing a cowl version of the crochet Infinity Scarf made from Big Trend yarn in Rainbow Colors

 

One of Donna's socks made from the wonderful Opal Sock Yarn.

 

a knit bag ready for felting...do they have to be this big? Yes, they lose at least half their vertical height and some of the width (about one third).

 

Carol with her Bedouin Bag by Noni prior to felting. Well done!

 

Chris is still plugging away at her four at a time socks....these are just going to take a good amount of time!

 

Robin's Juniper Moon hat (pattern from Interweave Knits I believe)...love the stitch texture...I think this stitch pattern would be great for socks!

 

Frog Tree Yarns Picoboo Hat knit by Jamie using fibonacci Stripe technique.

 

Jamie's Arroway Shawl...now completed and absolutely gorgeous. This pattern however was the base pattern for his first shawl in this five month series. I hope we get something really original and NEW in February!

 

Beautiful Baby Hat by Beth for first grandchild!

 

Flounce-like yarn by Katia that has defined holes to knit through at the top of this "yarn". If you are interested in this in the future just let me know!

 

Suzy models the Origami Cardigan knit in Meriboo Machine Washable...still unfinished, it is back at the bottom of the list again.

 

Shawl by Suzy knit in Noro...pattern from Ravelry...Suzy: title of pattern?

 

close-up view -- fair isle knitting the fun and easy way!Suzy models the Zora Infinity Scarf.