Sunday, April 25, 2010

Projects Seen at Stitches South


It was great seeing everyone that stopped by at the Cascade Yarns booth at Stitches South.  Some even brought their project that was knit with one of the Cascade yarns.
Nancy Rieck wore her design - Summer Wild Oats - knit in Cascade Arcadia.
Marcia Howell (suthnheart on Ravelry) knit Dreaming of the Sea (based on The Sheep Tote (AC-64) by Bev Galeskas) knit in Cascade 220 and 220 Quatro
Karola (EyeKnit4U58 on Ravelry) who was working at the Big Sock booth knit Tuscany from Amy Smith's 'No Sheep for You' in Alpaca Lace

Diana (Pugsley on Ravelry) knit a Felted bag out of Cascade 220 and Autunno based on the Lucy bag.
Jennifer Hagan modeled her design Ailsa (Figheadh Yarnworks) knit by Kelli Story in Cottonrich DK










Margaret Ann McCormick knit in Sierra Quatro
Molly Evans brought her WIP knit in Eco+ - the Helleborus Yoke (Matthew Gnagy from Knitscene Winter/Spring 2010)
Shirley Bennet knit Galadriel by Nautical Knitter (Shirley Filmer)  in Alpaca Lace

3 comments:

  1. The last photo is awesome. However, the details are a bit off. Shirley Bennet is the knitter who did a wonderful job, Deborah Fillmer is the Nautical Knitter and designer of the stole. Just thought I would mention it. Thanks, Deborah Fillmer (aka Nautical Knitter :-)

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  2. gosh I'm all flustered!! :-) I didn't expect to be here:-) but am thrilled! It was truly fun to knit with the Alpaca Lace on the Tuscany and I look forward to four more shawl projects I have lined up with the denim, turtle:-)& even the purple that I fell in love with just over the weekend!
    But did forget to mention that I've also started on a self designed Grown Woman's shrug in the Sierra Chili and can't wait to finish that and get it posted too! :-)
    karola

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  3. Send a picture and I will happily post other projects - especially self designed ones. Thank you for the clarification on the Nautical Knitter pattern as my wording was not as clear as it should have been.

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