Be sure to browse Volumes 1 thru 3 also! Sally knitted this Loopy Stitch Boa with Alchemy’s Ritual (Silk Chenille)…. The colors are as vibrant as the silk yarn is soft and luxurious to the touch…absolutely amazing! Cute pumpkins – the one with green ribbon knitted by Angela Boyd with Tahki Cotton Classic – has a cinch top and it WAS filled with candy corn 🙂 The free pattern is at www.handmadebyannepotter.com. Taffy knitted the other two – with some wool and silk yarns! This pattern is “Hotness” – and Betty Lemke knitted it with 7 skeins of Louisa Harding “Jasmine” Love the lace pattern yoke! Rae Misek crocheted this “Round Bucket Bag” with all kinds of yarn – including the “Totally Teal” Lamb’s Pride base and strap! This pineapple quilt was made by Layne Quiring for a secret pal (Diane) at work – who loves purple and green! What a special gift….hope we don’t spoil the secret! This super soft “Chunky Clouche Hat was crocheted by Michelle Hogue with Karabella’s Brushed Alpaca! Heather Hungerford combined Debbie Bliss Cotton Cashmere and Fizz Stardust in this great scarf she made for her Mom! Very successful exercise in creating depth and dimension – done by Cynthia Griffin for Heather Thomas’ Language of Color and Design class. ….pretty sassy, huh? Our very own Taffy knitted this very stylish hat with Debbie Bliss Cotton DK……. Jacob Dillon calls this hat “Hodge Podge”… a hat for summiting mountains 🙂 Another one of our own talented Taffy’s creations…one of many great knit necklaces she made recently. The pattern is “Endira” from Summer 2012 Interweave Knits magazine….gorgeous, Taffy! This is only the 2nd quilt Kelly Wharry has ever made! Wow! It’s from the Marsha McCloskey Book – “In the Beginning”. 4 Patch Strippy Very, very nice work Kelly! It’s beautiful! This 40 x 40 inch blanket with lightweight batting was made by Ruth Robinson! Modenna LaBaugh knitted this wrist warmer with Louet Gems 100% merino wool – fingering weight. The pattern is in essentially feminine knits. “Bow Ties” is made with 110 different brown bow ties – and the backing is a great train fabric from Wooden Spools of course! Brenda Nickells found the right blues to complete this split center strip foundation quilt called “Afternoon Tea” Louise Guillardeau used the Anna Banana pattern for these placemats and tablerunner for her mother-in-law (lucky lady 🙂 More Anna Banana tablerunner and placemats made by Louise Guillardeu Another of Louise’s tablerunners – for fall! Mary Olson used 5 flannels in this cozy quilt called woven ribbons…4 browns interwoven with a cream flannel. Beautiful, Mary! This “Garden Girls” creation was made by Marcia Koester – (class taught by Katie Wells)…So whimiscal and fun…should have taken a close-up of each block…they are terrific! Lee Roesch has been learning to crochet – WOW- she’s using the pattern “Lemonade” and Dark Horse Baby Worsted Yarn to make blankets for children who have nothing! Isabella Horsky used Dark Horse Baby Worsted yarn to knit this incredible prayer shawl from Cheryl Oberle’s Folk Shawls book Is that green polka dot back PERFECT for this quilt, or what? Jean Ulrich made this amazing quilt from a block of the month that came from Elk Grove, California! Wow – fantastic lace socks knitted by Martha Everett. She used Claudia Hand Paint “Sherbet”. Deb Vicchiarelli made this cute shoulder bag – with fabric and pattern from Wooden Spools… ….and just look at all of the pickets and zippers in this little bag! Barbara Snyder made her own pattern for this cool tote bag! Marguerite DiCola used the Annie’s Fanny pattern from Jazz Cat Designs and Fabric and button from Wooden Spools for this fabulous bag! Pamela Dittmer made this wonderful charity quilt! She found all the coordinating fabric to go with the cute panels! Nice…….fingerless gloves crocheted by Rae Misek with JoJoland “Rhythm”…and a little eyelash trim with “Laura” Super Cool I SPY sewing-theme quilt made by Judi McMillin Love it – “A quilt on the bed is worth two in the head”… This original design by Louise Hoeglund is for an Autumn Harvest Swap! Nice work, Louise! Awesome Kindle cover – “Stupendously Stitched” by Millah Nikkel! …and here’s a wall hanging made by Millah – again using the Stupendous Stitching technique! and….another piece of Stupendous Stitched art by Millah Carol Britt knitted this fantastic cardigan sweater using Louet Gems fingering weight – 100% washable wool! Cherry Tree Hill Jumbo Loop Mohair was a perfect addition to this great scarf knitted by Ginny Allen Janice Myers made this fun Halloween quilt for her Grandson! Light As a Feather – is this “Butterfly” scarf that Elena Tucker knitted with Claudia Hand Painted Mohair – in Carribean Blue Roberta Chase made this adjustable lightweight necklace with “Kitty” a slightly thinner ladder yarn than the “Beautiful” that so many of you are making necklaces with… Yvonne Sengerberger made these fabulous necklaces with Dark Horse Yarn’s “Beautiful” This is an “Ashley – Super Simple Fat Quarter Quilts” pattern – Sheri Whala made it for her best friend’s birthday! Lucky gal! Barb Brown found this cute panel and backing to make this quilt for her granddaughter! Karli Baker put together this great quilt to donate to the South Dakota Children’s Indian Charity Carol Hines found border and backing fabric for this fun bed runner! Pamela Dittmer is the maker of this Illinois Road Block baby quilt, which she plans to donate Linda Funk found perfect fabrics to make this Penny Sturges Bag! Sandra Mahoney made this fun small bag with just 3 fat quarters! It has multiple pockets. It’s called “The Potato Chip Bag”. Why? You can’t make just one! Jan Weber used a Lazy Girl Designs Pattern to complete her “Paint Chip Challenge” for Smoky Hill Quilt Club Barb Brown found fabric and pattern for the Paint Chip Challenge at Smoky Hill Quilt Club Barbara Snyder made this awesome “Reversible Sunday Sling” handbag This “Confetti” quilt (Milligan & Smith) was made by Tiffany Whala for her son who wanted a “green quilt”… He picked out all the fabric and the pattern! Janice Myers made this gorgeous quilt for an October wedding gift! Karen Robinette finished her pineapple quilt started in Jessica Vaughn’s January class. WOW! Stunning! The pattern is “Neighborly Welcome” courthouse steps alternating with 2 story house blocks – made by Mary Olson! Cynthia Griffin used batik scraps (from Wooden Spools, of course 🙂 to make this “cool colors” project for Heather Thomas’s Language of Color and Design class. This little ruffled tank top is Elizabeth Logan’s original design! She used Louet Geneva Yarn Carol Hirshman knitted this lovely round neck cardigan top using Yarn Art’s “Summer” Karen Gutzman made this fabulous fall wreath – no sewing involved – just folding! …here’s Jane Zulian’s folded fabric wreath! Love these! Deonna Ainslie made this “Take Away” charity quilt for ABC Quilts! Another of Louise Guillaudeu’s fabulous bags..This one is a Jinny Beyer – “Basically Borders” she added the flap just so she could use a Wooden Spools button!! This “Lattice Hat” knitted with Rio de la Plata wool yarn was Sarah Fellbaum’s first try at a cables hat! Nice Work Sarah! Vera Carton made this great little wallet…perfect for ID cards, driver’s license, etc. Marcia Koester used Stupendous Stitching techniques learned in Carol Ann Waugh’s class to re-decorate her dining room chairs. WOW! Fabulous Marcia! This super cool piece was crocheted by Rae Misek….it could be a capelet or a skirt!!! Here’s Mary Grace Knowlton and “Hiking Barbie” dressed for the season…. …how ’bout that backpack? See Hiking Barbie at Grace’s window at the South Denver Post Office Such Fun – these reversible bucket hats…here’s one Louise Guillardeu just brought in …and here’s the other side 🙂 Marguerite DiCola is the creator of this fabulous black and white tote… ….not just beautiful but functional – with an inside pocket and water bottle strap Kathy Fellbaum knitted this Racer Back Vest with Noro yarn. Pattern from a 2011 Knit Scene magazine Carol Britt used S. Charles Cosmos and both large and small needles to knit this great scarf! Vickie Jones made up this great Market Bag using the $$ Fabric she found at Wooden Spools! P.S. we carry mesh now! This wonderful linen top was knitted by Carolyn Bassett. Pattern at www.katcoyle.com She used Claudia Hand Painted 100% Linen-Sport Wt….it’s a perfect breezy top for summer!