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Friday, 11 September 2015

Sep 2015 Show N Tell

A painted tencel warp woven
into a long scarf by Ilse
Our members were very busy over the summer with workshops and gatherings. Their efforts are displayed in the many beautiful items at the first Show N Tell after summer break. Here are some of the results of our very talented and productive members!
Greta's ribbed cowl and seed stitch cowl
These rugs in a thick n thin weave with a mix of yarns, sisal, jute, acrylic and cotton were woven by Nancy
PJ's used Zepher yarn in the purple and pink scarf;
the purple and red shawl is a dented 4/8 cotton
Taupe/green hand towels and block weave tea towels in shades of
blues and greens woven by Diane H. and striped socks knitted by Patricia

Ann wove this beautiful 30/2 silk deflected weave scarf
Green yardage for clothing and an 8/2 tencel shawl by Ann
Raelene's organic bamboo shadow weave shawl
and in progress, the green Boneyard Shawl pattern by
Stephen West in Remix yarn of recycled nylon, cotton, acrylic silk, and linen.
Sandy wove this lovely shawl in tencel, silk and
alpaca and she made these felted bowls
Another masterpiece by Ann, a nubby cotton and
linen Hapi wrap woven in two rectangles.
Stephanie's twill sampler,
a blue bumberat from a Facebook 4 shaft weaving towel exchange group
and a knitted romper for her granddaughter


I'm still working on this blog entry but just had to publish the following items even without their descriptions. Check back later for the descriptions.




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