Tag Archives: Temperature Scarves

Crocheting & Sharing

March was a relaxing meeting to just crochet and chat and share our FOs and WIPs. Here’s a peak at our goodies:

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And another temperature scarf completed.


Spinning with a Drop Spindle

February’s meeting was a special program — An Introduction to Spinning Your Own Yarn!!!

Our own Shawna Beaudoin presented a wonderful interactive program, giving all who wanted to play an opportunity to try their hand at spinning with a drop spindle. Shawna shared some interesting tidbits of spinning history. She taught us about spindles and the basic physics of the different ones, how to turn the spindle, different fibers, skeining, plying, and twist. It was great fun. Shawna is an excellent teacher and we are very grateful to her for sharing her talent with us.

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And here are what Fishnets have been up to recently!fn201402d

Two Temperature Scarves have been completed!!! They are LOOONNNGGGGG!


Yankee Yarn Swap

After the hustle and bustle of the holidays, Fishnets like to unwind with a little fun with their Yankee Yarn Swap. To participate, attendees must bring a gift of yarn, enough to make a scarf. Yarn need not be newly purchased, but it must be unused and clean with the ball band attached. It’s always a lot of fun to see what gets passed around the room.

December’s show and tell offered up scarves, including temperature scarves, charity blankets, toys, and a fabulous Minion.


Super Show & Tell

This was our 3rd and last summer meeting at the Woolpack. It has been a pleasure to use their space and we thank all the staff for their generous hospitality toward our group. We were pleased to be joined by Tamny Davis. Tammy is part of the Woolpack staff and their crochet teacher. Welcome Tammy! We hope to see you at more of our meetings. We treated each other to a wonderful display of crocheted goodness with our super show and tell.


How to Enter Your Crochet Projects at the Big E

Our June meeting was held at the Woolpack in Acton Ma. Projects shared included temperature scarves from our crochet-along, sweaters, and shawls.

Following show and tell, our guest speaker was Jane Chapman from the Big E who spoke to us about entering our finest crochet items into the fair.