I have been going to South Bay Knitters group meetings since I picked up the needles again in 1998. This group of ladies have inspired me to do many things that I never imagined I'd do, in a good way. I'm very lucky to have them in my fiber life.
I converse with a lot of people in my day job, though email, LinkedIn updates, Skype, instant messages, Facebook, Twitter, not to mention lengthy phone calls and interviews. Some days I'm literarily talked out, so I have not been meeting with my friends as much as I'd like. Last night was our monthly meeting, it's so refreshing to talk to friends. You know, no one has to plead for a job, or give empty promises, or play some name dropping to show off the superiority. It's just a group of women, knitting, and chatting.
|Candace's Stephen West Earth & Sky shawl|
|A new member knitted this sparkly little sweater.|
|Julie's baby sweater for her grand niece|
|Lisa's baby sweater for her niece, pattern is Little Hanten,|
by Cheryl Oberle, from Sock Yarn One Skein Wonders.
It's a lot prettier in person!
|Lisa's Fair Isle cardigan from Knit Picks Palette. It's stunning!|