Klaudia wove many happy colour tea towels, and she knitted socks,
the blues green tweed sweater, the striped scarf and numerous hats!
|Marg dyed painted warps and Koolaid as the dye for the roving|
(Studio week). That didn't keep her busy enough as she knitted
socks, wove these b&w tea towels and a lovely bamboo scarf.
She used Eco dyes (natural flora) for this silk shawl!
|Ilse hand painted tensile for this shawl woven in an 8-harness Huck weave. The large bedside rug is reversible and is woven in a 2 block weave on 4-harnesses.|
|Gail's specialty is Inkle weaving and woven rugs but|
here she showed us the pillow cover she wove using weft
from blue jeans in various shades and cut into strips
|Diane L knit this lovely warm sweater|
|Not only did Diane H weave tea towels in Turned Twill, |
she also wove a Huck weave red shawl in acrylic yarn
which she donated to our Comfort Bin.
|The pattern of an 8-harness turn twill is demonstrated |
really well by these tea towels woven by PJ.
|Ilona brought two versions of the Hitchhiker scarf|
in cotton and acrylic yarn.
|Karen G knit the red baby sweater a|
tweed baby hat, the purple hitch hiker scarf,
socks and spun the turquoise hank
and the grey soft kitty alpaca
|Karen wove these 8 harness place mats, some |
tea towels (not shown) and this detailed grey scarf
|Barb L made these exquisite pine needle journal covers|
|Marianne H, with her visiting grandchildren, made marble paper |
covering the canisters and making notebook covers
|Doreen knit this fun sweater in between running 5k races and |
half marathons, coming in 1st in her age group in one of the 5k's