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.
Fi’s latest stunning Sashiko embroidery.
Sukrita has almost finished these socks which she knitted on a circular needle, both socks at the same time, using her own hand dyed wool.
Julie has made some more of her amazing elves from her books. I love the hair made from fleece.
Lee did a felting course a while back and made this funky bag.
I love the different panels in this poncho knitted by Sukrita. The yarn was all handspun by her too. Very impressive.
Carol brought in some of her nuno felted and hand dyed scarves and wraps to show us.
She started off using muslin, and then progressed to tissue silk.
The one below was her first experience with silk painting. Four lovely pieces, Carol.
Here are two of Ros’s latest socks. Ros assures us that there are second socks to go with these. They look like quite complex knitting to me but Ros says no. Easy. They look awesome whether difficult or not.
Sukrita knitted this poncho from commercial wool a while back and she brought it in to show us. It looks gorgeous.