Jodi intends to work her way through Dora Ohrenstein's sweater book. This close-up of Jodi's first effort shows the side seam, done in a mattress stitch. Seams can be tough when using a fine yarn and a lacy stitch pattern. The yarn is a fingering weight.
Marilee is continuing her series of vintage copies. The original is on the left, her copy on the right.
One of the challenges is that modern yarns aren't quite the same weight as vintage yarns, resulting in a project that doesn't have the same thickness as the original.
Lynn didn't want to have this simple coaster photographed because it hasn't been blocked yet, but we've included it here because of the interesting yarn she used. This company specializes in hand-dyed yarns in colors inspired by Chile. A simple stitch can show off a variegated or space-dyed yarn.