Jenni’s freeform knitting creation has grown substantially since the last post. It’s looking great.
Jenni has produced a beautiful piece with butterflies. Fantastic and thinking out of the square work from Jenni. By Lyn.
Rosie is making fifteen of these aprons for the National Convention in Newcastle for AA & AL-ANON. This is a family support group for AA’s. By Lyn.
Yvonne, who comes to the cottage on Wednesdays, has sewn these pretty pieces.
Jenni is doing freeform knitting and what a great look she is getting from it. By Lyn.
Julie is our newest spinner.
This is her first day of spinning and she is going very well.
It will be interesting to watch the process to see the outcome with her first item. By Lyn.
Here is a very new member, Michelle, with her very first beanie. Michelle spun wool fleece and plyed it with a spun yarn of other fleece to give it wonderful colour and texture.
Brilliant job Michelle. By Lyn.
Here is Gay spinning like a dervish. She has had this wool for quite some time and says that the quality is not great but it’s time to get it out of the stash. This wool would not be suitable for clothing so Gay is thinking of making a bag out of the completed yarn. What a great idea!
Michelle has spun her first 2 balls of wool. Last week Michelle purchased her beautiful wheel and now she is up and away. The fleece was cream and she plyed with another colour. With her first 2 balls in hand she is ready to get knitting. Great work Michelle. By Lyn A.
Here is Margaret with the large loom all warped and ready to go into action. Still lots of work ahead and we are looking forward to seeing the finished product. By Lyn A.