The Sugar Quills continued to be busy this week and passed the 1000 mark for posts. In other news, one member is working on developing a bib that looks like a house scarf, one demonstrated non-rav skills by turning some old t-shirts into diapers, Flat Harry made it to Montana, and the Pride discovered that one member is a published children's author.
The Animal Crackers used their talent to craft handles for a purse, demonstrated that this freezing weather is not worldwide, changed things up, and dreamed of mastering OWLs.
The Pepper Imps planned for February Quidditch, hitchhiked about, made significant progress on a beautiful blanket, and made plans for the mad dash at the end of the month.
The Canary Creams had a quick patriotic turn in, got yardage mission pointers, got into a bit of a tangle , and showed some Dalek love.
The Fizzing Whizbees WIP'd it good, shared a knitting bucket list, got some "help" from their toddlers, and offered seaside stitch markers for 100% pride participation in classes.
The Exploding Bonbons are very colorful, fostered a cutie, finished some very pretty fingerless mitts for class, and started their postcard exchange.
The Acid Pops had a couple of people exceed their 2000 yards for a mission, learned about the fun of ribbing on socks, got good advice on Quidditch vs classes for points, and turned in some lovely projects, as well as a darling dress for a new arrival.