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We love to display all of the projects that come out of Jimmy Beans Wool: 
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Cheryl knitted this top out of Tahki Capri and used a
pattern from my favorite book - The Yarns Girls Guide
To Simple Knits. She decided to use the purl side as
the right side - looks great!

My friend Becky made all of these hats using Rowan
Big Wool, Biggy Print and US 15 needles. It takes her
45 minutes to do each hat. She's very fast.

This is another of the Capri tops that Cheryl made -
hmm.... looks strangely similar to one i made

Renita (from Florida) made this poncho using a bunch
of different yarns: Lorna's Laces Worsted in Rainbow,
Lorna's Laces Sport in Carol Green, and Green Como
to add a bit of furriness.

Diane's daughter Kathy is working on this sock and 
using yarn she hand dyed at the Retreat!

Kathy Van Gundy finished her socks from
the yarn she also hand dyed at the Retreat!

Deanna made a darling halter top using
GGH Vamos in my favorite color - Brown!

Lori made a Knitting Pure & Simple Top Down Cardigan 
using Lorna's Laces Shepherd Worsted :: Motherlode 

Another wonderful example of patterns from 
Knitting Pure and Simple (#211). This one is the 
child's tunic, knit in Adriafil Roller.

This cute girl is wearing a top-down pattern 
from Knitting Pure & Simple (#9730) , knit in 
Lorna's Shepherd Worsted :: Watercolor 

Diane made this using one of her own 
patterns for a Babies Neckdown Cardigan 
and Lorna's Shepherd Worsted :: Gold Hill

Cheryl knitted this darling Christmas sweater
using the Knitting Pure & Simple pattern #214 
and Lorna's Shepherd Worsted :: Country Christmas

Cheryl also knitted this cute child's vest in 
GGH Goa and used Trendsetter Eyelash 
for the edges!!

This gorgeous blanket was knit by Ruth Ellen in 
Lorna's Shepherd Worsted :: Springer and Natural 

Carol finished these socks after our Knitting Retreat 
in June. She used a basic sock pattern from Knitting 
Pure & Simple and Lorna's Shepherd Worsted :: Lorikeet

I made this sock (no, i haven't finished the 2nd sock!) 
using a basic sock pattern from Knitting Pure & 
Simple and Lorna's Shepherd Sport :: Circus