Photography for Knitters Workshop action 10-4 this past Sunday at Knit New Haven
This one's a beautifully subtle Noro striped scarf by Linda (Reiswear is her Rav name.) It's a creamy natural Cascade Wool/Silk with a skein of the ever present Silk Garden. I want to knit a shawl with these two yarns now.
I am trying to revive the floating humans look, enough of all this white space everywhere. I know you're sitting there trying to figure out what patterns Rebecca is wearing above, aren't you? They are her own designs, you can bug her at her blog , Archiknist, to write them up.
Bad weather kept us mostly inside. But not entirely.
We had a a wonderful camera ready Central Park Hoodie model.
I used to love looking at those I Spy books with my sons, I think this is the knitters' version. How many handknits can you count? In fact I think I want to shoot a knitting pattern booklet that's all knitters in handknits shooting other knitters in handknits. Classic Elite, are you listening?
At the end of the day we had a slideshow of everyones' work, you can see some here and here.(scrolldown). Some fabulous images. I can't believe how lucky I am to keep getting talented, enthusiastic and kind knitters in these workshops. Fun! Thanks to the Sunday crowd for playing along.
Special shout out thanks to Becca, our Nutmeg Knitter, who was willing to chill for the cause.