This Month’s A lot of topics were covered during this meeting… Thank you all for your participation. Our UFO winner for most completed project was Su Fennern and Patty Scruggs for most goals completed. Next year we will have a winner for the oldest UFO completed.
Clara reported that the retreat is currently full with one person on the wait list.
Volunteers wanted: Sarah Keller, Owner of Knot Another Hat yarn shop (Hood River, OR) and the organizer of the annual Columbia Gorge Fiber Festival held in The Dalles, OR is working to have an event in Silverton at the Oregon Gardens in April of 2018. If you want to volunteer please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bankhead hat by Susie Gorlay https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/bankhead
Communication Breakdown Cowl by Casey Day-Crosier https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/communication-breakdown
Show and Tell:
Baby Sweater/slippers Monique Rae Woman’s Loafers slippers
Lilac Trails Vest Sweater for Grandchild
Sweater – Argentina Wools Grey shawl (Jimmy Bean)
Vent shawl Cable scarf
Sweater – Impeccable Loops & Threads Leaf Mitts
Wool Slippers Shiri Cowl
Debut shawl on Raverly (sock yarn) Sock Head Cowl (dream in color cashmire)
Baby Bunny with bunny butts Knit in thread cap
Fingerless Mitts in Fair Isle (use scraps) Natural Wool Blanket
Next Month – JC Briar – Brioche class – Bring smooth, plain, worsted-weight yarn in two co US 7 needles for working in rounds – (set of dpns, a pair of circulars, or a one long “magic loop” circular)
Stitch marker to mark the beginning of rounds
Crochet hook, roughly size G
Snacks – Ginny Floyd and Karen Lemon
Setup/Cleanup Volunteers –Nancy Campion (setup) Janet Bulb (clean up)
Taffee House can use anything for babies, youths, adults, and elderly. Acrylic prayer shawls for Nita Porter’s church. Prayer shawls for hospice groups – Nancy Campion will get these to the hospice organization.
NEXT MEETING IS FEB. 10
ARROWHEAD MOBILE PARK
5422 PORTLAND RD. NE,
AT 10:00 AM