The evening started with Susan (Needles and Stash) as our flower child. She handed out a flower to everyone who came to the door, and she turned away no one. However, after a drink or two, or maybe three, she began to let her duty slide. I think it was the Rum Punch beginning to speak!
And then there was food.... lots of food.... fruit platters, Asian slaw, artichoke and asiago cheese dip, sandwiches, chips, potato salad, and some yummy curry (yes, I said curry) cookies. We stuffed ourselves silly!
But we left room for some of this .... Amaretto Slushes.
Here's Mia (Stoned Knitter) showing Liz a picture of herself after she fell into the trash can. Yep, Liz was the first and only knitter to fall! Sherry is in the background laughing her butt off at Liz. Both Liz and Sherry are avid knitters, but unfortunately don't have blogs (yet). We're still twisting their arms a bit.
There was some drunken knitting and some spinning goin' on. Carla was spinning a gorgeous green yarn. Hopefully, she'll post a picture on her blog to show off that gorgeous homespun. Susan was knitting a purse for a niece. Sherry was knitting the second sleeve for a sweater that she's been working on for awhile. And Liz was
So next year, there will be another knitstock. Any ideas where and when? Anyone want to host it or know of a good place (such as a public park) in which to hold it? We are definitely open to ideas.