Not only that, we have new people joining us. Susan, who I can't seem to get a photo of, just yet. She's been knitting for the last 3 years and apparently, very unhappy with her FOs that she has to date. And I found out why.
Joanne also joined us on 2nd August. Leena happened to drop by that day; my place is becoming a sanctuary -- the first place the gals think of coming by when they have some free time. [grin]
Just 3 days later on Saturday, Joanne came over again.
She is working at breakneck speed, I tell you! She's a fast learner too.
Susan has also come around. In fact, she has the habit of starting both her front and back pieces at the same time. I find that unusual since the normal practice is to finish a piece, then move onto the next but I am sure it works for her since she's really quick too!
I wanted to see Jenny's project progress, now that the baby jacket is out of the way.
This time, with her other WIP, I demanded that Jenny puts it on so I can have a better idea of its fit.
My opinion? I love it. See how the waist is nicely fitted? [She had to pinch the fronts so that you can see the waist shaping better.]
To think that I simply went ahead and designed this cardi and did all the calculations with a tentative measurements Jenny's given me; coupled with her blind faith.
Of course along the way, I had Jenny measuring every so often just to make sure everything's A-OK. [The usual disclaimer: Jenny's been with her for quite a while and I know her knitting tension, her dress style quite well so it's definitely much easier to do something like that for her.]
Now, Jenny is ready to do some major edging work!
Eunice and Leena were the early birds.
Multiple projects are the orders of the day. You can see that Eunice has *almost* ditched her red lace project in favor of her crochet WIP -- the latter is more than halfway to the finish line. In fact, the sleeves are already started for the red cardigan so hopefully we can get to casting on the front pieces the next time. Not only that, a simple baby project has been decided upon -- that'll be Eunice's alternative switch-to project for some mindless knitting.