Julie's gorgeous Silk Garden sweater from the XRX Jackets book. You'll notice that the sleeve stripes match perfectly, thanks to Julie careful orchestration. Peeking out from beneath that sweater is her lovely shell worked in Mirasol's Tupa, silk and wool worsted yarn. Beautiful work, Julie.
Susan, who's in close competition for "2009's most prolific knitter" brought in the cashmere cowl she knit for her grandmother
and the drop-stitch wrap she worked in several shades of Ella Rae Lace Merino
She added a gorgeous knotted fringe which makes a really nice finish
This magnificent piece of knitting is Flower Child from Norah Gaughan Volume 4. Susan used Louisa Harding Grace Hand-Dyed (which is 40% off at both shops) and lengthened the sleeves a bit. You know, Susan, you make us all feel like horrible under-achievers, but I bet you're used to that, aren't you!
It looks just as nice from the back. Linda likes this one a lot too!
And here's Linda showing the beautiful Fusion Jacket she knitted for her mother for Christmas. What a good daughter you are, Linda. Nice work all, Ladies!