Friday, October 3, 2014

Episode 72 - KAL wrap up!

Thanks so much to everyone who participated in our Colors of Fall 2014 KAL!  Click here if you would like to see everyone's projects on Ravelry. What a fun KAL. My favorite part is seeing everyone's finished "look" and how you style your knit pieces. Fantastic! Thanks to all who participated, knit along with us, and joined in the discussions. I wish we could send you all prizes just for showing us your stuff. :) The prize winners are announced, and if you hear your name, please pm Gayle or me on Ravelry and we will make sure to get it to you as soon as possible.

Just a reminder that it is October and the date for accepting registrations for the Northern California Knitting Retreat is October 15. Details here if you are interested.

Enjoy the beginning of the fall season and wear your knitwear with pride!
- Sharlene

What are we wearing?
Laika by Ysolda Teague
Sharlene's Laika
yarnosaurus' Laika one, Laika two, Laika three, Laika four, Laika five, and Laika six
Hitofude Cardigan by Hiroku Fukatsu

What are we stalking?
Fickle Heart by Justyna Lorkowska
Abuku by Olga Buraya-Kefelian
Ink Ripples by Elena Fedotova
Kaweah Hat by Veronica Parsons
Hat Season by Joji Locatelli
Axis (mitts) by Samantha Roshak

What are we knitting?
Magnolia Cardigan by Joji Locatelli
Sharlene's Magnolia
Monomania by Ann Weaver
Daughter approved (cowl) by Susan Ashcroft

What have we finished?
Chevron Colour-Block Blanket by Espace Tricot
Sharlene's Chevron blanket
Obsidian by Lisa Mutch
Gayle's Obsidian
#9 Hat/Cowl by Steven Berg
Garter Ear Flap Hat by Purl Soho
Golden Pear (hat) by Melissa Thomson
Helix Striped Hat by Corrie Purdum

We announce the winners for the Colors of Fall 2014 KAL! If you hear you name for a prize, please contact us via by Ravelry message.

We talk about Botanical Knits 2, from Alana Dakos.
Sprig has the most projects listed on Ravelry.
We saw the Bare Branches coat at Stitches West and love the hidden tree motif.
The Hanging Leaves shawlette has a lovely edging that moves.

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