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Mar 26, 2017 22:01:20   #
eshlemania (a regular here)
 
Greetings Lace Party-ers and guests. Welcome to the Lace Party!!!

The Lace Party was formed here on Knitting Paradise several years ago by a group of KPers who shared a common interest in Lace knitting. The group is a little more private than the main sections in KP. We like to share, whether it be knitting projects or things going on in our daily lives. We love to share photos. WIPs and finished items.

We work on the basis of a bi-weekly schedule, hosted by the different members of the group. There may be a particular topic, project or technique. Sometimes it may be an ambitious project that several people have on their wish list, but that requires more than two weeks to complete, and this is a way to start it with others, providing enough encouragement to continue on and finish it. Some sessions we dedicate totally to WIPs.

Everyone is welcome to join in.

These two weeks will be a WIP session. However, I thought it would also be nice to share some of our favorite projects with links to the patterns. Pictures please. :D:D

I want to finish my little boy's vest these two weeks. And get started on my favorite bookmark that Sue posted last session. I have one side to finish on the front. I didn't read the pattern right and put in an after thought lifeline and ripped it back and am on my way again. The color is a good strong black. It didn't come out on the photo. I would also like to sew the buttons on my Peanut Warmer and get it in the mail.


 
Mar 26, 2017 22:14:32   #
tamarque
 
eshlemania wrote:
Greetings Lace Party-ers and guests. Welcome to the Lace Party!!!

The Lace Party was formed here on Knitting Paradise several years ago by a group of KPers who shared a common interest in Lace knitting. The group is a little more private than the main sections in KP. We like to share, whether it be knitting projects or things going on in our daily lives. We love to share photos. WIPs and finished items.

We work on the basis of a bi-weekly schedule, hosted by the different members of the group. There may be a particular topic, project or technique. Sometimes it may be an ambitious project that several people have on their wish list, but that requires more than two weeks to complete, and this is a way to start it with others, providing enough encouragement to continue on and finish it. Some sessions we dedicate totally to WIPs.

Everyone is welcome to join in.

These two weeks will be a WIP session. However, I thought it would also be nice to share some of our favorite projects with links to the patterns. Pictures please. :D:D

I want to finish my little boy's vest these two weeks. And get started on my favorite bookmark that Sue posted last session. I have one side to finish on the front. I didn't read the pattern right and put in an after thought lifeline and ripped it back and am on my way again. The color is a good strong black. It didn't come out on the photo. I would also like to sew the buttons on my Peanut Warmer and get it in the mail.
Greetings Lace Party-ers and guests. Welcome to th... (show quote)



These cables are coming out beautifully Bev. I know someone is anxiously awaiting this vest.
Mar 26, 2017 22:21:13   #
wwwdel (a regular here)
 
Love those cables. (Don't envy you working with black, though!)

Thanks for a great start to these 2 weeks.
Mar 26, 2017 22:21:59   #
MissMelba (a regular here)
 
Black is really had to photograph, you did well to show the cables :) If I remember correctly this was the yarn the little man chose for himself?
Mar 26, 2017 22:24:15   #
BC
 
I love to knit lace so I am interested in being a Lace Party-er. At present I am knitting the fan stitch 1/2-circle shawl from the book by Martha Waterman, "Traditional Knitted Lace Shawls". I will send a photo when it is off the needles.
Mar 26, 2017 22:24:50   #
britgirl
 
Looking great, Bev.

I wanted to look in here tonight before going to bed. We will be traveling to the beach tomorrow, so not sure when I will have a chance to get online.

I think one of my favourite projects was Spring Wood Shawl that I knit in the early part of last year. Here is the link for the pattern. It took longer to knit as there was a lot of patterning in it, but I really love it, and did enjoy knitting it. Here is the link:

http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/spring-wood-shawl

The pic was taken last April. The grass looks really green, in strong contrast to this year. We don't really have any grass out there now. Apparently the soil became too acidic. We will be having the yard treated, but it will be fall before we can plant seed, and hopefully this time next year we will have grass again. Sad.

Sue

eshlemania wrote:
Greetings Lace Party-ers and guests. Welcome to the Lace Party!!!

The Lace Party was formed here on Knitting Paradise several years ago by a group of KPers who shared a common interest in Lace knitting. The group is a little more private than the main sections in KP. We like to share, whether it be knitting projects or things going on in our daily lives. We love to share photos. WIPs and finished items.

We work on the basis of a bi-weekly schedule, hosted by the different members of the group. There may be a particular topic, project or technique. Sometimes it may be an ambitious project that several people have on their wish list, but that requires more than two weeks to complete, and this is a way to start it with others, providing enough encouragement to continue on and finish it. Some sessions we dedicate totally to WIPs.

Everyone is welcome to join in.

These two weeks will be a WIP session. However, I thought it would also be nice to share some of our favorite projects with links to the patterns. Pictures please. :D:D

I want to finish my little boy's vest these two weeks. And get started on my favorite bookmark that Sue posted last session. I have one side to finish on the front. I didn't read the pattern right and put in an after thought lifeline and ripped it back and am on my way again. The color is a good strong black. It didn't come out on the photo. I would also like to sew the buttons on my Peanut Warmer and get it in the mail.
Greetings Lace Party-ers and guests. Welcome to th... (show quote)


 
Mar 26, 2017 22:29:57   #
tamarque
 
BC wrote:
I love to knit lace so I am interested in being a Lace Party-er. At present I am knitting the fan stitch 1/2-circle shawl from the book by Martha Waterman, "Traditional Knitted Lace Shawls". I will send a photo when it is off the needles.


Oh, Yes, please do send photos--even while in progress. And welcome to the Lace Party, an eclectic group of knitters and other craftspeople.
Mar 26, 2017 22:33:59   #
tamarque
 
britgirl wrote:
Looking great, Bev.

I wanted to look in here tonight before going to bed. We will be traveling to the beach tomorrow, so not sure when I will have a chance to get online.

I think one of my favourite projects was Spring Wood Shawl that I knit in the early part of last year. Here is the link for the pattern. It took longer to knit as there was a lot of patterning in it, but I really love it, and did enjoy knitting it. Here is the link:

http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/spring-wood-shawl

The pic was taken last April. The grass looks really green, in strong contrast to this year. We don't really have any grass out there now. Apparently the soil became too acidic. We will be having the yard treated, but it will be fall before we can plant seed, and hopefully this time next year we will have grass again. Sad.

Sue
Looking great, Bev. br br I wanted to look in her... (show quote)



I remember you doing this beauty. It was a complicated pattern to keep track of.

And I will trade you some of my very basic garden soil for your acidic dirt.
Mar 26, 2017 22:34:08   #
wwwdel (a regular here)
 
britgirl wrote:
Looking great, Bev.

I wanted to look in here tonight before going to bed. We will be traveling to the beach tomorrow, so not sure when I will have a chance to get online.

I think one of my favourite projects was Spring Wood Shawl that I knit in the early part of last year. Here is the link for the pattern. It took longer to knit as there was a lot of patterning in it, but I really love it, and did enjoy knitting it. Here is the link:

http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/spring-wood-shawl

The pic was taken last April. The grass looks really green, in strong contrast to this year. We don't really have any grass out there now. Apparently the soil became too acidic. We will be having the yard treated, but it will be fall before we can plant seed, and hopefully this time next year we will have grass again. Sad.

Sue
Looking great, Bev. br br I wanted to look in her... (show quote)

That's a beautiful shawl. Thanks for the link.
Mar 26, 2017 22:35:39   #
wwwdel (a regular here)
 
BC wrote:
I love to knit lace so I am interested in being a Lace Party-er. At present I am knitting the fan stitch 1/2-circle shawl from the book by Martha Waterman, "Traditional Knitted Lace Shawls". I will send a photo when it is off the needles.


welcome---and we love photos!!! (in progress as well as finished). Just jump in whenever.
Mar 26, 2017 23:24:49   #
Lurker 2 (a regular here)
 
BC wrote:
I love to knit lace so I am interested in being a Lace Party-er. At present I am knitting the fan stitch 1/2-circle shawl from the book by Martha Waterman, "Traditional Knitted Lace Shawls". I will send a photo when it is off the needles.


And you are most welcome to join us!
 
Mar 26, 2017 23:26:35   #
Lurker 2 (a regular here)
 
britgirl wrote:
Looking great, Bev.

I wanted to look in here tonight before going to bed. We will be traveling to the beach tomorrow, so not sure when I will have a chance to get online.

I think one of my favourite projects was Spring Wood Shawl that I knit in the early part of last year. Here is the link for the pattern. It took longer to knit as there was a lot of patterning in it, but I really love it, and did enjoy knitting it. Here is the link:

http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/spring-wood-shawl

The pic was taken last April. The grass looks really green, in strong contrast to this year. We don't really have any grass out there now. Apparently the soil became too acidic. We will be having the yard treated, but it will be fall before we can plant seed, and hopefully this time next year we will have grass again. Sad.

Sue
Looking great, Bev. br br I wanted to look in her... (show quote)


The shawl is exquisite, as I would expect from you, Sue. that is sad about the grass a brown summer in store.
Mar 26, 2017 23:38:53   #
Belle1
 
BC wrote:
I love to knit lace so I am interested in being a Lace Party-er. At present I am knitting the fan stitch 1/2-circle shawl from the book by Martha Waterman, "Traditional Knitted Lace Shawls". I will send a photo when it is off the needles.


Welcome BC. We love having new members. Just jump right in -- can hardly wait to see your shawl.
Mar 27, 2017 01:10:39   #
Jay Dee
 
Hi, this is just what I need. I would love to join you and get my shawl finished I started my first shawl around the holidays. A paid for pattern called quicksilver. I have put it down and started and finished 2 ther projects. I have 6 more sections to go!


Mar 27, 2017 01:16:40   #
wwwdel (a regular here)
 
Jay Dee wrote:
Hi, this is just what I need. I would love to join you and get my shawl finished I started my first shawl around the holidays. A paid for pattern called quicksilver. I have put it down and started and finished 2 ther projects. I have 6 more sections to go!


Welcome. Nice looking shawl. Keep showing us progress photos!
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