LOVE this Three Fish wall hanging applique quilt by Emily Drummond ! These FANTASTIC & FUN pillowcases were made by Ann for children in the cancer ward of a Philadelphia hospital. After seeing her pick fabrics during visits to the store – it was quite a treat for us to see what she’s been doing! Check out this series of photos of reversible coverall bibs. It’s a “Peaceful Expressions” pattern…. Pearl Reuter did a great job on these, practical super cute bibs!! …so clever! Great work & great fabric choices, Pearl! …by Pearl Another Pink/Purple reversible coverall bib 🙂 …. Lynda Rivera made this table runner she calls “English Tea” for a friend’s High Tea service This “Wish Baby Quilt” is another of Lynda’s creations – and it’s ADORABLE! Louise made this bright and cozy Framed One Patch for her Mom’s friend who has cancer Rae Misek used Rio de la Plata, Fizz, Splash & Laura in this round crochet felted flower basket tote…… Rae says “Felted bags are fun to make, especially with multiple colors, and the Rio de la Plata works up & felts VERY well. “Splash” (Crystal Palace) makes a great trim at the top! Here’s a super cute baby quilt by Penny Schaff – featuring machine embroidery, and fabric from Wooden Spools, of course 🙂 awww, so cute! This great shawl was knitted by Martha with Blue Heron’s beaded Rayon! One of our talented friends had a blast making this Rail Fence Quilt with farmyard fabric from us – look at the applique barn – sweet little cows in the windows 🙂 …this is the back – and a matching pillowcase. Very creative, Ms. Anonymous 🙂 This scrap quilt was made by Jose Archuleta! So cool! Lil Miyazawa used Plymouth Eros Ladder Ribbon Yarn to give beautiful highlights to her furry scarf Lil’s soft, fun fur scarf with colorful Plymouth Eros Ladder Yarn LOVE this baby cardigan jacket, knitted by Gail Hill with Louet Gems Chunky weight. It’s from Louisa Harding’s “Natural Knits for Babies” Myrna Johnson made this gorgeous Mystery Quilt called “Roll, Roll, Cotton Boll” (Bonnie Hunter) Rae Misek crocheted this wonderful, soft scarf with Crystal Palace “Merino Stripes”, a self-striping mohair Zenith Petersen took made this wall hanging – and then designed a queen-size quilt to go around it! Incredible! Stunning work! Pera knitted this super-stylish sweater with Adrienne Vittadini’s Andrea, and Donata for the Shawl Collar! Rachael Goldman shared some of her fiber art creations!! What fun – like a mini-trunk show 🙂 A slideshow of an amazing all red and white quilt show inspired Rachael to make this beautiful wall quilt! She even used paint to make her own tone on tone white fabric. This fantastic hamsa is another of Rachael Goldman’s inspired creations. Wow – stunning applique work by Rachael Goldman Linda picked out this selection of fat quarters for a stained glass quilt….. …and here’s the result! Beautiful, Linda This reversible 4th of July “quilt as you go” beauty was made by Irene Wyscaver…..Fireworks on this side, and ….”Stars and Stripes” on the other! Mary Sloan said “This no-seams baby Kimono Sweater is easy to knit! It’s a free download!” She used Filatura Di Crosa’s Baby Lovely…and it is LOVELY! Beile knitted this gorgeous vest and then found the perfect buttons for it…. …at Wooden Spools! Tracy Kreiling made this quilt from the “Two from One Jelly Roll” Book – She presented this project and more for Sew Fun at Rocky Mtn. Sewing Center Another of Tracy’s cool creations 🙂 Carolyn Bassett knitted this ADORABLE baby hoodie for her cousin’s newly adopted baby girl. She used Filatura Di Crosa Pom Pom and the pattern was from favecrafts.com Teri Bird made this baby sweater (pattern=Coraline) which features a smocked yoke and applied I-cord edging. She used 3.5 balls of Rowan Baby Alpaca DK in “blossom” Gorgeous pullover sweater knitted by Sheila using Rowan’s Summer Tweed in “Ghost” Beautiful work, Sheila! Joann Anzia told us “I’ve always had a love for the lady bug – & this was the first fabric store I found the perfect fabric pattern for a tote” Rae Misek’s crocheted scarf using “Rio de la Plata” mauve/tangerine and “Commotion” mauve. Rae is planning a larger shawl using these yarns also! Brooke Durland found fabric to make these elegant napkins! Brooke’s “Treasure Triangle” a small, triangular drawstring bag for trinkets & treasures. Zenith Petersen made this cross stitch knitted scarf using Stacy Charles “Victoria” How ’bout that knitted cross stitch – Zenith said it’s an easy pattern to work once begun Strip Happy – squares and rectangles by Gracie Andrews More squares and rectangles by Gracie Andrews – Nice quilting too, Gracie! Cynthia has been shopping with us for months – picking out fabric for her “projects” and the timing was finally right for her to share one of her amazing quilts her quilted creations go with missions all over the world and this one was bound for the Ukraine Absolutely amazing! What an inspiration, Cynthia! Great Show ‘n Tell with Louise – who shared this great batik tote bag she made and then used her 10% Show ‘n Tell discount & filled it up with fabric & yarn! Thanks, Louise! Louise’s beautiful batik bag 🙂 Lottie used flannel for her group’s project – very cute baby buntings and burp cloths Judith Emerson wove this fabulous piece using a hank of Colinette “Zanziba” together with silk and roving Angela’s version of the “Shalom” Cardigan – worked in the round from the top down..(on Ravelry) She used Jo Sharp Silk Road Tweed in DK (Eden) & Aran (Taffeta)…fabulous! Gail used Louet Gems Sport Weight to knit this Navy & Yellow Striped Sweater (pattern from Louisa Harding-Nat’l Knits for Babies) Here’s Rae with her amazing crocheted creation – she calls “Rosy Roads”…. …she used Colinette’s Tagliatelli, Deco-Ribbon, Ice, Lamb’s Pride and Laura Celia knitted this scarf with Noro’s Kureyon..the pattern is “Edgar” downloadable on Knitty.com This great collar pattern is called “Kink” – a free pattern on Knitty.com – Celia knitted it with 1 skein of Lamb’s Pride Worsted Wt. Barb turned this cute “Sewing Teddy Bear” Panel into an even cuter baby quilt!!! Sheila models the “Tropical Shawl” (downloadable pattern on Knit Picks) She crocheted it with 4 skeins of Louet Gems – fingering weight So beautiful and lacy – a perfect light weight shawl!!! Here’s Angela with the Filigree Wrap from Iris Shreier’s “Lacy Little Knits” She used Noro’s Silk Garden Lite and Kid Merino from Crystal Palace Absolutely Stunning! Linda, one of the Steamboat Stitchin’ Chicks showed us her Easter Egg Table Runner! Steamboat Stitchin’ Chicks’ member Kathie shows her Easter Egg table runner! Steamboat Stitchin Sisters project for March! The Steamboat Stitchin’ Chicks and their fantastic Easter Egg Table Runners that they made for their monthly project! Our Animal Crocheter Extraordinaire, Nancy, did it again! Don’t you love this sweet lion? Debbie used Blue Heron’s Beaded Rayon in “Tulip” to create this beautiful shawl…. …it’s a pattern called “Multnomah” that she found on Ravelry! Taffy knitted this fabulous sweater for her Grandaughter, Makenna Makenna’s sweater is knitted with Debbie Bliss Cathay! Don’t you love the knitted lace? Allen knitted this scarf during recovery from back surgery! It’s terrific…. He used Classic Elite’s Beatrice Yarn (100% Merino Wool) in a cool camo colorway! Nice Work, Allen! Sally knitted this drop stitch shawl with ArtYarns Silk Rhapsody…. ……is this gorgeous? Wow! …and, it’s as soft as it is beautiful! Kristi Stanley’s famous fingerless gloves (her own pattern) – these made with our Jo Sharp DK Tweed Cathy made this amazing sweater (pattern from Rowan’s Spring 2010 book)… she used Rowan’s Summer Tweed in “Ghost”. Beatutiful, Cathy! This shawl is another of Cathy’s creations – she used Brown Sheep’s Wildfoote Hand-painted sock yarn Irene Wyscaver made this Zig Zag Four Patch! Dianne Fulwider knitted this cool scarf with a single hank of Unikat Zitron that she found in our one-skein discount basket! Garter stitch all the way – so easy! Here’s a wonderful purse that Barbara made…. …we LOVE the fabric flowers! Irene found just the right purple floral for her “Happy Trails” quilt This wonderful four patch square-in-a-square is another of Irene Wyscaver’s creations! Vicki’s version of the Wooden Spools Triangle Shawl – using each variety of ArtYarns we had within the same colorway So warm and super-soft: made with ArtYarns Cashmere 5, Silk Rhapsody, Silk Ribbon, Silk Fur, Wool Fur, and Mohair Glitter! This BEAUTIFUL table runner was made by Bobbi – with the “perfect” fabrics found at Wooden Spools – in fact, we love the stories about how she had to hide the fabric from her co-workers !!! hahaha This fabulous bag with knitted with Noro’s Daria Multi….. L O V E I T !!!!! Simone knitted this 80″ ribbed scarf for her brother. The pattern is called “The Architect Scarf” He’s going to LOVE it – and yes, he’s an architect ! 🙂 she used Manos del Uruguay’s Cotton Stria Yarn Phyllis Montez made her own version of the Pussy Willow Scarf – in green! She used Habu’s Tobi Moire and Ladder Yarn…- just garter stitch on No. 15’s Susan White finished her pair of socks in our sock knitting class. They’re beautiful – she used Cascade Yarns Fixation -98.3% Cotton with 1.7% Elastic – it’s a GREAT SOCK YARN! Carolyn shows off her just completed vest – she used Lamb’s Pride Worsted with a Noro pattern – and voila! Nice Work, Carolyn! Quick and easy double moss stitch scarf (by Carolyn) Another gorgeous scarf in the works with everyone’s favorite – Noro’s Sakura in color #4…This is Linda Graham’s creation…using a chain mail 1 row pattern on No. 10’s Phyllis Montez knitted this soft and sparkly scarf with Fizz Stardust Another stunning “Trip Around the World” by Linda (see her story under “recent updates) These adorable critters were crocheted by Nancy – right after her first crochet lesson!!! Pretty impressive! “How Sweet it Is” was created by Karel with some of our sweet fabric 🙂 WOW ! We’ve all been crazy over Noro’s Sakura – with it’s twists & wraps of spectacular color. Taffy & Vicki’s scarves hang on the basket of our remaining stock. So sad that it’s almost gone 🙁 Kathy’s version of a scarf showing off our “house favorite” yarn – Noro’s Sakura…. This scarf used just one hank of Sakura .. beautiful, Kathy! The lacy design is a great way to show off this fabulous yarn! Vera Carton shared this great baby quilt! Peggy’s reversible table runners….Thanksgiving …and Christmas ! Peggy’s Table Runner! Sue’s felted bag creations – The lighter color is with Rio de la Plata and the rust bag is made from yarn from an Interlacements hand-dyed. More felted treasures from Sue Brooks! Brown Sheep’s Lamb’s Pride and Rio de la Playa Knitted by Sue… Noro’s Kureyon was a great choice for this reversible bag…. Fantastic pillowcase by Susan! Vicki knitted this “Pussy Willow Scarf” with Habu’s Cork Chenille and Tobi Moire Another of Terri Randolph’s amazing shawls – this one with Silk Garden sock yarn Gayle bought this “Once Around the Block” kit one day – and was back a couple days later to pick border and backing fabric!!! Georgianne Holland turned one of our chenille kits into a quick baby shower gift!!! The Moda panel was a great candidadte for chenille! Karel shared this wonderful quilt she made (using lots of Wooden Spools fabrics) Peggy, inspired by a pattern in Quiltmaker, put together her own Sun and Moon Quilt creation! Jose displays the very cool “Scrappy Quilt that he and Richard built” love the border! Beautiful!!! Richard & Jose got the fabric one day and brought back the finished quilt the next!!! Super fast – super cozy!! Quilt as you go table runners – by Jose and Richard Check out these two ladies modeling their similar scarf/cowls – both self fringing, Sally’s is a narrower – double wrap version, and Angela’s is wider and a single wrap!!! Carolyn Clasen’s Gelatto Purses – felted from Rio de la Playa Yarn – and Flowers Crocheted with wool roving – the Rio de la Plata yarn she used felted BEAUTIFULLY… and we LOVE the felted flower she embellished it with! Charlotte and Kathy show off their felted bowls! They used Brown Sheep’s Bulky yarn! Marianne models this fabulous hat that she made! The pattern called for Mochi Plus – but she tweaked it to use Noro Kureyon. Marianne’s Noro Kureyon Hat Louise made this fantastic purse…. ….and WE LOVE IT !!! Sally knitted this great scarf with Stacy Charles Victoria (cotton/rayon) … ….in knitted cross stitch! Vickie picked up pattern & fabric and made this very cool “Pockets A Plenty” Bag… Hats on parade……….courtesy of Angela Boyd Fun! We love this cool hat! Angela created her own pattern featuring Fair Isle Crochet and Bullion Stitch. She used some Noro and stash yarn………… ……and Voila!! There’s that beautiful bullion stitch again! Wendy made this SUPER SOFT and STYLISH neck gator with Debbie Bliss Cotton Denim Aran Check out this fabulous Sea Lettuce Scarf that Angela knitted with Kid Merino.. and added her own personal touch with a rosette! Celia Caso used one 50g ball of Grignasco’s Rapsodia to knit a matching headband and cowl. Celia’s handiwork on her cowl really showcases the dramatic color and texture changes of Rapsodia….. …and look at this fantastic headband!!! Beautiful work Celia !!! Here’s a different Rapsodia colorway this time – knitted as a luxurious scarf by Sue Great story of REVIVAL – A kit someone had “stashed away” found its way to Cindy – and she wasn’t crazy about it either – but she revived it by choosing the best of it………. …and creating this beautiful wall hanging she calls “Garden Delight”. We were very delighted that she shared her REVIVAL STORY creation with us… Terri Randolph calls this triangle shawl “Bit O’ Fern” – she crocheted it from the Kid Merino by Crystal Palace yarns. Beautiful !!! Terri Knitted this amazing scarf for her husband with Noro’s Silk Garden. Kyle Maher and the gorgeous scarf she knitted with Anny Blatt Muguet Eyelash Yarn The rich colors of Anny Blatt Muguet (Mineral) Beautifully fringed…….. …with some leftover for a very stylish Barbie scarf! Kathy Metzger shows off her fabulous Swallow Tail Shawl in Malabrigo Sock Yarn – WOW! …stunning detail! Soft and Stylish – Kathy knitted this cap with brushed alpaca Simone Fischle-Brendel and her VERY COOL Christmas Tree Pillow LOVE IT! Simone knitted these fun socks – and has promised to share her skills with us after the 1st of the year, so stay tuned for details! Mini Mittens knitted by Janey McReynolds …..created with Frog Tree’s Brushed Suri – 100% Alpaca – fingering weight Baby Hat knitted by Vicki for grandaughter, Claire with Manos del Uruguay Cotton Stria Claire Skigen !