Unfortunately I didn't get there till VERY late so I missed most of the fun but still managed to get some shots of people's show and tell.
In the shot above is (clockwise from top left) Charmaine looking coy modelling her wonderful floral headband, Zena showing off her lovely hoodie destined to be sentto the UK, knitted from Rainbow wools 8ply cotton, Bella with her georgeous AK traditions doll and showing off the handbag she knitted for her and finally Christine with her top knitted from some fabulous tape yarn.
In the shot above are a few finshed objects: (clockwise from top left) Charmaine's beautiful mohair beaded purse lined with silk and with a zip top, Beryl's Felted teddy, he's made from an old felted jumper and hand embroidered with a cute crocheted waistcoat, then Tiarne's great beanie knit from the workshops she did at the Kiama Knitting Guild's retreat. Then we have three Claps. Well three different Clapotis all in different types of yarn. It was really interesting to see them altogether.
And now some knitters in action: Sue with her crochet baby coathangers, Annie with her Coronet hat from knitty.com, the group and Kerry knitting standing up looking in another direction. If anyone can could knit in their sleep it would be Kerry!!
And finally the three Knitting Olympians with their gold medal efforts!!