We had a good sized group at knitting club yesterday. I was working on the heel flap of one of the socks I'm knitting. The first hour, that mostly meant I was repeatedly picking up stitches that kept jumping off the needles. They finally got tired and quit misbehaving, so the second hour was much more productive for me.
Cathy was knitting the mate to this sock.
And there were lots of hats. Audrey is shipping the "Indian Hats" to the project organizer at the end of July. A woman in one of Audrey's other groups has made over 100 hats. Audrey will probably ship over 400 hats that she has made and collected from friends.
Connie made this hat with a top-knot. This hat will go to Children's Mercy Hospital.
Sandy gave Audrey these 6 hats yesterday. Audrey gives Sandy a lot of the variegated yarn that people give her.
Sandy was crocheting an edging on this light red fleece blanket. It's an unusual shade of red. Almost pink, yet still red.
Carol was working on a beautiful dark red afghan that was nearly finished. The knit and purl stitches created a marvelous, rich texture. My camera refused to capture any of the beauty of Carol's work. Despite repeated attempts, the photos I took are so bad, I'm not sharing them.
I wish everyone in the States a safe and happy 4th of July weekend.