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Paula’s Projects: Woodturner’sPully. Elizabeth Zimmermann’s SaddleShoulder Sweater. After washing and blocking it measures out perfectly! Photos with nephew wearing it coming after Christmas!
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|Love the shoulder detail. Front of sweater.
|Back of Saddle Shoulder Sweater
Label for sweater. I tried a wool label, first ironing onto freezer paper to stiffen the fabric. Bronwyn suggested printing oncomputer. I may try backstitching on counted cross stitch fabric. Ecological Wool makes a very light but warm sweater.
· Free Pattern by Purl Soho
· My original estimate was about $80 and then I backed off and said it was an exaggeration. It wasn’t.
· Mine cost $10. Pronto by Sandnes was $5 per ball.
- Pinterest…ask one of us if you want an invitation.
- Nubby Noro Mittens and Fingerless version
- Little Turtle Knits Braided Cap by Theresa Belville
Sarah on Ravelry aka MotherEarthKnits
- Those Mitts by Leslie Friend
- Textural Healing Shawl by Shannon Squire
- Incognito (Mustache Cowl) by Mercedes Tarosovich-Clark
Just some of the great ideas:
Per last week’s episode, the Doc Martin second movie wasn’t good. Two stars.
Enjoyed The Pit Pony. Has piping in it.
Downton Abbey Season 1 watching again. New season Jan 8.
March 2-3 2012
(Friday evening and all day Saturday)
Crossroads United Methodist Church, 1420 N Main St., Washington IL 61571