We're gradually catching up on our Show & Tell displays. Although I'm posting these at the end of June, they are from our May meeting. Terry will be giving a workshop during Studio Week on how to duplicate the Cocoon yarn that was used in the comfort blanket for Margie.
The Rip-Off Artists will have a display at the Summerland Art Gallery untl Aug 8th. The last week of May is the Eco Fiber Festival in Okanagan, WA. And we've had news that a new eco fiber mill is in the works for Oroville, WA, only a half hour south of Oliver, across the border. Yvonne brought her stunning queen size knitted bedspread and gave us the history and how it was a healing project at a difficult time.
|Yvonne's stunning queen size |
cotton knitted bedspread
|Gail always has an |
Inkle band on the go
|Gail with her woven wool rug|
|Terry's Hand Spun Yarn|
|Scarves by Linda in rayon chenille|
and mystery knitted shawl
|Marianne's Indigo dyed Shawl|
|24 shaft Comfort Shawl for Hillary,|
in undulating twill, bamboo silk,
novelty yarns and wool; weft of tensil
|Karen's lovely Overshot Table Runner|
Tea Towels by Diane and Margie
|Donna's felted version of the scandalous |
Bag Man with Suitcase metal sculpture.
|Terry's Mixed Media Felted Lamp|