Jan S wearing her wild spun knitted off the bobbin shawl, her daughter is now suffering from shawl envy…. guess she’ll have to make another!
Jenny M (with her back to us) is wearing the fabulous creation from her wild spun off the bobbin shawl.
Lyn Hilton from our neighbours, The Potter’s Society, has made some lovely pottery wool bowls for all our knitters and crocheters. It stops your ball from rolling all over the place. Won’t stop your cat from attacking it though. We love Lyn’s beautiful bowls.
The Nostepinde is a traditional Scandinavian tool for winding wool balls. This one was brought in for show and tell one Tuesday.
Lee has been super busy making hats for the winter. The top left hat was made using wool dyed during Trudie’s dyeing day. The two bottom left were both made using Lee’s handspun which was dyed with natural dyes. Most of the hats were done on a knitting loom.
Another beautiful knitted piece by Sukrita.
These socks were commissioned by Lyn as gifts for the men in her life. An awesome pattern and beautifully knitted by Ros.
Erica has just completed this beautiful linen jumper. The coloured section she has had for a couple of years, but did not have enough yarn to finish, so Erica recently bought the neutral coloured yarn to finish her project, and the result was well worth the wait.
Some lovely photos here of Jenni’s knitted and woven accessories. I love the brightly coloured knits.
The above skein, handspun by Laura, is made from a mix of merino, angora and tencel. The wrap below was handspun and handknitted by Laura, using a merino and silk fibre blend. Lovely!
Some beautiful knitting by Margaret.