Knit and Natter 13th November

We had another fun session at Friday’s Knit & Natter on Zoom. Some newly completed projects were on show, including Santa’s washing line (above) – It’s brilliant – down to the Y-fronts!

With that finished this clever knitter is now concentrating on Christmas tree decorations.

The maker of this stunning Fair Isle Headhand kindly modelled her work for us.

Her original plan was to make it even warmer by adding a fleece fabric lining , but the double layer of knitting is proving to be quite warm enough. She’s had some requests to make more of these and was working on one in a lovely teal colour with the design in black.

The crochet baby blanket is coming on well, in a beautiful variegated yarn in soft pastel lemon, lilac and white.

I’ve was working on baby items too, but I’ll share that in a separate blogpost once the baby and her mum receive them.

Our new knitter’s work is still getting longer and neater.

There was an elephant in the Zoom Room too, or at least its feet!

When he’s complete, he will look like this.

The pink toenails are crocheted (like the rest of him) then sewn in place). He’s going to be amazing!

We were also joined by Evie the cockapoo. She’s adorable, though is not showing any interest in leaning how to knit or crochet just yet!

Have you been involved in any online knitting activity recently?