Here we have Lisa engaged in a technical explanation to Mary & Matab at the end of the table, Chris trying on 1morerow's Featherweight Cardie for sizing with Melita looking on and Jo is contemplating Gosia's Silk Cardie as she checks the length on the left while I was taking this photo.
Now here's Gosia's Silver Cardigan being knit in Hand Maiden Sea Silk yarn in silver, which is turning out to be a totally gorgeous versatile cardie. The is knit top down by the way, which means no seaming.
Up close view of the back.
Danuta modelling her stunning new shawl knit and designed by 1morerow as a thank you gift for helping to establishing her organic vegie garden. Danuta is our resident gardening advisor as she has a farm a Balingup and grows an array of vegetables and fruits, which she often shares with us. Many congratulations 1morerow on your first shawl design, which is truly exquisite and I see many more designs in your future. It was knit in one of Zen Yarn Garden's gorgeous yarns from her stash. All the shawl details will be forthcoming on Ravelry here.
I just love how the beads add a subtle exquisiteness to this shawl highlighting the lovely border stitch pattern.
A front side close-up view, so you don't miss how those beads sit so snug against the stitches.
Matab modeling her current WIP for fit. I just love how bright and summery this top looks.
Here is Dana whizzing up her latest purchase of Zen Yarn Garden's gorgeous Serenity lace yarn in colourway silverspoon.
Lisa's already wound up skein of Hand Maiden Mini Maiden yarn in the Hemlock colourway. I just love how all those vivid green colours blend after being wound up and are looking forward to seeing what she creates with it, which I'm sure will be something stunning.
Well I hoped you have enjoyed this knitting circle series and thanks for visiting with us.
Until next time peaceful knitting!