So, camera club last night was not that great. Seems like the majority of the people in the club want to nix the competition part of it because they don't win, er, learn from it. I enjoy the competition part of the club, even in months when I don't enter or don't win anything, because I get to see lots of interpretations of a certain theme. This month's was People in the Street, so we had everything from parades to Peruvian women walking in a cloud of incense for a festival (a personal favorite of mine, but I may be partial since it was DBF's), to a couple kissing in the grass by a street. So, all these new people show up last night and propose that we change the whole format of the club because meetings take too long and they have to drive a long way home.
First, meetings take too long because the speakers speak too long. They should keep their talk to 45 minutes, an hour at most, but last night the speaker spoke for an hour and a half! That's too long for this club. If the speaker is really interesting, I don't mind, but I really didn't learn anything last night aside from the camera club is aggravating.
OK, now to WIPs. I know you wanted actual knitting content, so here you go. Here's the latest FO: a crappy garter stitch scarf that is pretty short, but it's made out of the yarn that I spun myself. I'm pleased with it. I don't care if it's crappy or not.
Next is the latest baby kimono in progress. I love how the sugar and cream looks and feels. It makes me want a sweater made out of this stuff...Oh look, blogger won't let me post any more pictures for now...lovely. I guess you will get to see the others on Monday, or during lunch today if I need a break from opening all the God-packs of Magic :oP Sorry folks, I will get these pictures up. They're on my computer at least...I'll add them to my flickr site too, so click the link to the right that shows my pictures and they'll be there.