Thanks for a wonderful meeting this month, Ladies! Our guild is growing, there are fewer empty seats at each meeting, it seems. That means more friends, more knowledge and more fun.
There was a whole lot of finger pointing..
and a little arm wrestling..
And a few hugs & giggles. Rosina introduced her grand daughter.
Jan brought the pretty barbie she crocheted a dress for, it was entered in the State Fair this year, nice job, Jan!
Designer, Joan Beebe
shows us a new pattern she is working on. It was so nice to have her visit.
Wendy shares her news about her upcoming move. Wendy, we will miss your smile and your fun energy, keep up with us on the blog & come back to visit!
Diane shows us her finished tank top. Beautiful job, Diane.
Kelly shows us her beautiful shawl.
Cori shows off her team spirit cap.
Sharon takes a break, but not for long.
Sue not only crocheted the yoke of her dress, she wove the fabric as well and sewed them together!
Sherry shows us her crochet cap and flower.
LeeAnn made a wonderful double-sided scarf and cap for a friend.
Circular crochet bib with wonderful colors! Tamara is already asking when Amanda will teach a class on this!
Wonderful ripples, ruffles, and waves scarf.
Linda’s Halloween centerpiece.
Pam shows us a beautiful shawl, not yet blocked, but finished and so lovely.
Pat’s pretty sweater.
Kaye’s beautiful shawl and wonderful yarn choice!
Lucy working on her scrubber project.
Pam shows us the scarf model of the pattern she’s giving the program on.
One tip this month was the idea that some of us crochet for technique or are process crocheters (we start lots of things, but don’t produce many complete projects). Other’s produce lots of finished goods and are project crocheters. I think Susan, who crochets tons of afghans is a project crocheter. What do you think?
More granny squares for our charity afghans.
Working on chainless foundations, a wonderful techique!
This was a cool technique and many of us were happy to learn it.
Pam had her hands full this month taking time at each table to show anyone who needed help with the technique, thank you for all your work, Pam!