Wednesday, June 13, 2007

WWKIP Day

8 KL Knitters met up last Saturday at Starbucks Bangsar Village 2.
A great time was had by ALL - and many of the Starbucks staff were quite intrigued by our knitting activities.So much so they invited us to join in their launch for their latest promotions. Those of us who were game enough got some free coffee and snacks for our pains.

I am not going to say much but let the pictures do the talking.



Aw, Ee Koon and Jackie. EK is holding her first project, a scarf. Aw brought her daughters as well and the youngest modeled her first lace knit. I didn't get a pic so you need to check it out at her blog.


Helen and Sally. Helen is a very talented lady who knits marvellous projects for her daughters. Sally of course brought her Forest Path Stole which convinced me I have to re-do mine with smaller needles.




Rain and Mira concentrating hard on knitting.


No pic of me cos the only one I took has me looking like I had too much coffee. There's no pic of Hanne too, who is a talented lace stitcher. I've been drooling over Hanne's site for a while now and I am so glad to finally meet her in person.

And that silly drop stitch tank - trust me to only find out I had divided the twosides unevenly just before finishing the SECOND side - it's been frogged and being redone at the moment.


It's my third day at my new job and it has been quite a trip out of the comfort zone. But I am sure I will in the swing of things soon. The biggest side effect is that I am so sleepy so early -so my late night crafting has to go out the door until I adjust myself.





6 comments:

Peggy said...

Looks like you girls had lots of fun!

Michelle said...

yay!! i'm so glad everyone had so much fun!! i'm so happy that my mum get to meet up with fantastics ladies like you all!! ^_^

Ling said...

Looks like a lot of fun!
Hope you are enjoying the new job. Thanks for your kind encouraging words - I am feeling much better.

Ps - Good to see the Calmer being knitted up!

Regg said...

It's a good way to catch up ya. :)

Amy not in Beijing anymore said...

If you all plan to have another meet up, I would love to join you! We arrive in KL at the start of August.

Sally said...

You've been awarded...

http://sallyknits.blogspot.com/2007/08/my-toes-are-laughing.html