Deb has been getting out the dyes again, this time creating some lovely blues and purples. The fleece is now carded ready for spinning.
If you love knitting socks, then this is the knitting needle for you. Bel brought this tiniest of circular needle to show us the other day, which is for knitting socks. Apparently you still need to use double pointed needles for the heels, but this needle is perfect for the …
Katie wove these two colourful scarves. The one on the left was an experiment with colour which has turned out amazingly.
Jenni has knitted this beautiful, colourful scarf, and I love the i-cord edge. It looks so neat and gives the scarf more texture which I think looks fantastic.
Nancy was taking a trip home to the UK and asked for some greasy wool gloves as her hands get very cold. Bev S did the spinning and Beth did the knitting for these amazingly warm, thick gloves. Here is Nancy wearing them on her trip and she looks very …
Lyn, Gay and Trudie attended the Central Coast Grammar School Spring Fair this year. They had a lovely spot in the sun, although the day was pretty quiet for us. The ladies still had a nice day together.
Another great Steiner Spring Fair this year. Everyone had a great time demonstrating and talking to all the visitors. What a fantastic day!
Margaret knitted at least two hands worth of woolen finger puppets. She has just become a grandmother for the second time so I am guessing that these will get quite a workout. Very cute and I bet the grandchildren with love them.
Lyn made up a bunch of wacky hats for our open day and all the Spring Fairs that we will be attending this year. Some are woven and a couple crocheted, but all absolutely fabulous.
Most Tuesdays at the Cottage, Ros is knitting a pair of socks, and she regularly brings in pairs, or sometimes even lonely singles, that she has prepared earlier. These are lovely fair isle examples, and I love the tiny ones just because they are tiny.