The three steps Roving Crafters provides should help identify the mystery yarns in your stash.
How to Identify Mystery Yarn
|close-up of the button made by Sali A.|
|Briana F. knit a hat for her fiancé, Patrick|
|New member, Carrie J. shared a knit hat with "smocking" and a pair|
of mittens and liner knit as one piece, end to end , for double-thick wooly warmth.
The mitten pattern is called Karen
|Cinde P. shared a white cowl with fringe, a sweater that she is not happy|
with how it looks when worn, a market bag, and light-weight cowl.
|Dana H. is knitting a hot pad cover|
|Dawna H. knit boot cuffs, a Christmas stocking, a linen stitch scarf,|
and a mini stocking
|Other projects Dawna H. shared were a vest with lovely drape,|
a beret/tam, some tin-can lid ornaments, and a mini stocking she
made for friend Christmas gifts
|Jeni V. knit and wore My Friend Virginia capelet and shared a headband,|
a knit and felted bubble bag with a long handle, and a cabled cowl
|Julie W. knit a lacy diamond scarf, a Baltic Summer shawl/scarf, and is currently|
working on a poinsettia shawl/scarf
|Laura B. purchased the kit for her hand-knit and felted bag. She created an adjustable|
i-cord handle for the bag. Laura spun the yarn and knit it into a lovely vest.
|Mary H. shared an auto trash bag that she made in class taught by Jeni V.|
She showed the members an electronic tablet case she made out of
cork cloth. The cloth is made with a thin layer of real cork. Ask Mary for details.
|Nancy S. wore the hand-knit shawl with a beaded bind off|
The shawl's pattern was Sweet Little Nothing Shawl
|Rachel B. is knitting a baby blanket.|
|Sali A. spun the thick and thin yarn for the coat that she crocheted.|
Sali brought many cowls and scarves and a dog coat that she crocheted.
|Sam G. designed and crocheted this sweet little doll|
|Sandy W. shared the baby booties she knit, the Year of Stitches project -|
improvised embroidered design, a baby hat and mittens, and a knit and
felted bubble bag with a long cross body strap.
|Sue O. brought some hot pads made with a Crohook, a crochet hook with|
a hook on both ends. It creates a Tunsian crochet stitch with two colors
of yarn. Sue used a pattern she saw on this Guild blog post to make a
durable hot pad. Sue has been crocheting ditty bags with handles
for a 2018 convention. She was asked to make 100 bags,
and she has 93 already made.
|Vicky B. knit a Sheep headband and a Project Peace Cowl. She also|
presented the program at the January meeting on embroidery stitches.
Hopefully some of the Guild members will participate in the Year of
|Cinde P. brought a gift she received from a friend.|
The bag is made from a zippered money bag.
Hopefully, Cinde will be able to have her friend present
a program on how to make the bag at a future Guild meeting.