I enter in the open class at the fair, so the competition is quite wide and varied. Only one item per class is allowed, but you are free to enter as many classes as you want. For instance under the sewing category there may be ten different classes you can enter: quilting, adult garment, child garment, baby garment, pillowcase, embroider, etc. It is a lot of fun and I enjoy it immensely. Normally there are other ladies and gals I know entering, and it provides a bit of friendly competition.
This is a choker I crocheted last week. It only took a couple of hours to make, that is counting the time I spent pre-stringing the turquoise beads.
Here is the completed chemo cap. In a previous post I only showed the yarn and the book where I got the pattern. It is from "Knitting for Peace", by Betty Christiansen
I love the way the decreases form a spiral at the top.
It is a simple eyelet pattern.
I used Cascade pima cotton. It is very soft! I purchased two skeins, but barely made it into the second skein. So now I have an almost complete skein of a lovely cotton to use for whatever I please. Hmm.....what should I make?
The Rachel Bag is completely finished! It seems to have lingered in the final stage of finishing forever, simply because I have been needing to purchase the little magnetic snap for a closure.