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.
Jill’s quilt using fabric inspired by indigenous art.
At Bev’s retirement village they are having money raising raffles and a farm display. These are the animals Bev Smith has created all from wool.
This lovely quilt was made my Noelene for her son’s 40th. birthday.
Beth’s quilt made for her grandson.
Here is the latest quilt from Noelene. She called it Welcome to our Jungle. She made it for her new grand niece. She used a charming cot panel & finished it with a combination of machine & hand quilting.
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.
I was in Christchurch, New Zealand recently and in the art gallery they had a large, bright yellow crocheted piece hanging on the wall. There were bench seats and a low table nearby with a lovely view of the hanging. Yellow wool and crochet hooks aplenty were available for anyone …
Sukrita has been playing around again. The two skeins and the ball on the left were all spun into singles using a spindle and the skeins were plied using a spinning wheel. On the right we have a pale skein of raw unwashed merino and both skeins on the right …
The Nostepinde is a traditional Scandinavian tool for winding wool balls. This one was brought in for show and tell one Tuesday.