KNIT@NITE IS VIRTUAL!
We have had so much success meeting virtually via Zoom on the 1st Wednesday of the month, we have added an additional session on the 3rd Wednesday. Both sessions are from 6 to 8 pm. You are welcome to join us for either or both sessions. Contact Tania Marshall directly for specific dates and to receive a Zoom invite and link. Tania’s direct email address is in the Guild Directory.
–Tania Marshall and Diana Rathbun, KnitAtNite@SanDiegoKnitters.com
September’s Knit@Nite Virtual Show and Share Photos
Read the knitters’ descriptions, then scroll down for the photo gallery. Click on photos to enlarge and to view as a slide show. Additional photos and descriptions will be added as they are received. Please contact the knitter for additional details. Photos and descriptions for posting should be sent to Kerry Nare either via email or text (contact information is in your directory. Please include your name and indicate the posting is for Knit@Nite. Information received after September 1st will be posted in the October show and share page.
“I was so inspired by the Cecilia Campochiaro workshops, I dove into my stash, finding 4 disparate lace weight yarns (Alpaca with a Twist Fino and Knit Picks Alpaca Cloud). I dutifully made my microswatches, played around with placement, discarding two combos. Used Fibonacci sequence for length of rows. It’s a stockinette triangle with a short garter ruffle edge (at this point, I was up to 1227 sts per row!) I am quite pleased with the result.”
Photo: Tania Marshall Triangle shawl
“This is the Line Dance Poncho. It is the current KAL at Emy’s Yarns in Chula Vista [note – Emy’s is new name of Yarns at Border Leather]. The pattern is by Creusa Gilmore, a local designer. The pattern will be available for sale later in the year, or you can join the KAL in progress.
“I made mine from Malabrigo yarns. The black is Rios and the other colors Mecha. The heavier weight of the contrast colors gives the project more texture.”
Photo: Tania Marshall Line Dance poncho
“I finished a couple of small items:
“The Lace Collar by Christina Werge (free on Ravelry) was done in No. 10 cotton thread and size 3 needles.
“The emPower Lace by Romy Hill (also free) was made with stash Anzula Squishy and size 6 needles”
Tania Marshall Lace Collar
Tania Marshall emPower Lace
The Bontanic Shawl, designed by Stephen West, knit in Schoppel-Woole Crazy Zauberball in Malerwinkel colorway, and Miss Babs Yummy 2-ply, Whitsunday colorway.
Bord de Mer shawl, designed by Collete Audrey. Knit in Ovelha Negra Olivia, Colorway #4 and #16.
Linda Erlich Botanic Shawl
Linda Erlich Bord de Mer