Marilyn, Janine and Meg hold versions of the same sweater, all of which Marilyn created to be shared in publication soon.
Cheryl models everything wonderfully even though there are some blurry shots!
Robin models yet another purple, this time her cabled hand-to-hand sweater. It's a version often overlooked.
Pat is a newbie this year but what amazing show and tell! The 'Stetson' Amy is wearing is a knitted, felted hat Pat made for her friend. But what else Pat is showing is a project on which she and friends are working to create knitting charts and then knit them into blocks based upon from American Brilliant (cut glass) patterns. These are to be published 'soon'. Her detective work qualifies her for the PBS show "History Detectives". We were all totally fascinated. Was our knitting itching piqued? Absolutely. Am I telling more? No!
When I cropped this shot I purposely left in Linda also shooting at the same time. It seemed everyone with a cell phone or camera loved this show and tell. Sarah's black top proved to be a most excellent backdrop for the blocks. We really hope Pat joins us again next year.
Here's Debbie (dwKnitAholic on Ravelry) from Ontario with her Hibiscus designed by Anne Featonby of 'Shades of Shetland' blog fame or fairislefanatic on Ravelry.
All show and tell and contest entries are not represented in my collection for no other reason than I also await Al's DVD to arrive and that I get enmeshed in the process, forgetting to press the camera's button!
As the lyrics read, "We've only just begun..."