Ruth’s Gift

This woven piece was given to Ruth as a gift by a friend who visited Peru.  What an intricate pattern.  It must have taken much time and great focus by the weaver.

Lyn’s Dinner Jacket

Lyn made this jacket top to wear at the NSW Guild dinner in June.  It is made from fabric woven on her Saori loom.  Simply stunning Lyn.  You must have looked fantastic.

Katie’s Tea Towel

This gorgeous and very useful cotton-linen tea towel was bought by Katie when she visited Wollombi for the Interweave exhibition by the Morriset Spinners and Weavers.  The tea towel was woven by Ken who is one of their members.  I know that a few other members of our group have also purchased his lovely, bright tea towels.

Faye’s Scarves

For the above scarf, Faye used an assortment of coloured commercial wools for the warp, and some handspun, hand-dyed wool for the weft.  Faye has only tried dyeing a couple of times so what a great result.

The white scarf has a tencel warp and the weft is angora and baby alpaca.  The middle scarf is made from commercial wool, and the scarf on the right has a commercial wool warp and a mohair weft.  I love the effect that the mohair gives to the weaving.

This one has a tencel warp and a handspun weft.  So many beautiful scarves by Faye.

Trudie’s Exhibition

Our member Trudie is having an exhibition, so don’t forget to check it out everyone!

Mini Exhibition of Shibori Indigo Dyeing
Shawls, Scarves and Cushions
In Linen, Wool and Cotton
Trudie Dekeijzer
From 8/7/2017 – 1/8/2017

Opposite the Bakehouse Gallery
19 Bay street

Open Weekends only