Saturday, July 25, 2015

Saturday 25 July 2015

1810's Reticule (bag) by Rachelle

The sock is also Rachelle's the second one will have the stripes running the opposite way.

Susan's been busy knitting for toddlers.  This one is in 4-ply alpaca/silk and is gorgeous.

and this one is an alpaca yarn, so will be lovely and warm.

Joanne's been really busy with the Tour de Fleece, this is all hers and all dyed by Heavenly Wools

and this is Joanne's shawl, it was finished a while ago but she brought it in especially for us to see.

Rosalie finished her woven scarf, she's been experimenting with different patterns.

Jan went to try out nuno felting with the class Anna ran, she loved it and we all loved the scarf she made.

She's also been knitting for her husband, this is a bulky knit and will keep him beautifully warm!

Sarah made this teapot to go with the other items for the Mad Hatter's Tea Party.

Anne has been busy spinning this suspected Romney, it's lovely work.

Margaret spun and knit this jersey for her daughter

I love the details on the back
I can't believe this is the last post for July, this year is going too fast.   See you all next weekend!

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