…I’m only kidding, I can be responsible. Here you go.
Saturday Snacks and Skills
May 4, Cable Without a Cable Needle
If you are planning on attending the Cable Without a Cable Needle Class (and you definitely should) you need to come in and pick out your yarn so you can get started before class. You will need to have finished about 10 rows before class. It’s not a difficult pattern at all, so don’t be intimidated
The VooDoo Doll class was a great success.
Lainey’s Awesome Spinach Cheesy Bread
Unsalted butter, Allouette garlic and herb cheese x 2, chopped spinach, bread.
Melt enough butter to cover the bottom of a pan, add cheese (1.5 packages of cheese is good unless you want it extra cheesy). Stir till melted. Make sure spinach is well drained, then add to cheese. Cut up the bread. Melt a little more butter to brush the top of the bread. Toast for a few minutes till crispy. Spoon cheese-spinach mixture onto bread, toast for a few more minutes. Enjoy.
We don’t want to celebrate Leona’s screw-ups… but…
They do kinda encourage us just a little bit, don’t they?
This one was a knitting mishap. Something about doing a k2tog when she should have been doing a ssk.
Her next one is a bit more surprising, since Georgie missed it, too. This canvas went off to the finisher without being completely stitched. Fixing a finished ornament can be quite a challenge. Lavish Praise, Leona. Pay more attention next time…
I guess when you are making twelve of something, a little mistake on one of them isn’t too much of a problem.
How about some finished objects from our friends.
Hey knitters, where’s your stuff?
We want to show you this pretty tea box made by the talented Alan McIntosh. His wife is one of our finishers. He sent it to Leona as a thank-you gift.