Ah, a morning spent in the company of Famous B's Saturday Knit-In at a local coffee house; what could be better . . .
A few of my creations on display; both are patterns from Scarf Style, a book I highly recommend.
The mighty hands of B, attempting to finish the Harry Potter sweater for her nephew before his voice changes. (Only kidding, there, B; I believe there is one sleeve left.) B is the saviour of all knitters who come to Knit-In, their halt and lame problems cast before her for her expertise to solve problems big and small.
There was some discussion about progress vs. process knitters; I want to get the thing done (progress), whereas others (B?) are interested in the process and the technique . . . I suppose this kind of attitude can be applied to life in general, can't it?
I think we had a record number yesterday; A and M surprised everyone by being there first! All told, I think there were a least 10; and a junior crafter, age 11, from another table came over to show her rug hooking project. And to take orders for Girl Scout cookies . . .
J getting something to drink, after hammering away at a baby sweater from E. Zimmermann's Knitter's Almanac.
We'll be there next week . . . I can hardly wait!