Sunday, May 25, 2014

May 24th

Another really busy day, is it the change in season or the feeling that we're getting closer to our new home?   Whatever the reason it's great to have so many people turning up on Saturdays!

Diane spun these lovely skeins
Sonya crocheted these slippers for her son

Eleanor made this cute wee jersey for a small relative

This was what greeted us on arrival, a few have already found new homes before I took this shot

Heather crocheted this wee flower

Kerry's "leftovers" from the weaving she did for her daughter's wedding.   Some lovely teatowels resulted.

Riet spun this Romney on her wheel with the huge bobbin; the skein is laceweight and has the most amazing sheen!

Sandra knit these fingerless mitts which fit a large range of hand sizes

Heather turned this length of weaving into a jacket; the actual weaving was done, in the main, by a non-verbal girl with Aspergers; the work is amazing!

Margaret made this blanket from peggy squares.

Janet knit this from reclaimed handspun wool; you wouldn't know it was a second knit.

Kerry has been trialling some stitch patterns for the shawl study we'll be doing later in the year.

Meg knit this lavender scarf; lovely sheen on this too.

Anna spun this very squooshy yarn, it's a blend of merino/silk/sparkle

Mary Catherine's been busy too; two very nice little skeins here.
No how-to this week I'm afraid.   I've been too busy putting up shelves and mounting my warping board on the wall!

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