|Marianne H's yardage woven for a tunic woven using an|
organic bamboo warp and a weft of wool and silk
| Ketchup, mustard and pickle pattern tea towels |
found on Handweaving.net were woven by Stephanie
|Barb P wove 4 plain and 4 twill tea towels on 8 shafts|
using her own designs, trying various techniques
|Woven Bamboo by Doreen|
|Karen B wove 7 place mats in 4/8 cotton as part of a |
Jane Stafford on-line workshop featuring log cabin inserted
into a pattern, focusing on symmetry in warp and weft.
|These tea towels in 2/8 cotton are Karen B,'s own design|
using the log cabin technique and alternating weft.
|Sandy McN's spectacular knitted shaw from handspun yarn.|
|Detail of shawl|
|One of the several exquisite Indonesian textile|
printing blocks that Jen that brought in to show us
|Karen G's lace scarf with a twisted knit on a |
background of pearl stitches
|This large beige and ivory lap blanket was knit by Karen T|
|A cowl knit by Sandy Mc N using her own |
hand spindle spun merino, yak and silk yarn.
|Baby set by Karen G|
|They were so popular, Barb P had to weave more Owl hats in various sizes.|