|Jen spun this natural brown yarn from one|
of her llamas who passed away
|The yarn spun by Wendy P was hand dyed from her 'Miracle'|
marigolds. Using t-shirts, she wove her first rag rugs.
|Ilse wove upholstery yardage to redo her DR chairs. |
The hand spun and dyed yarn is Romney and Samoid.
|Nell wove Samples for the next guild project |
on our 8 shaft loom. The left one has issues in the
weaving. The one on the right is our next project.
|Wendy H used old blue jeans and purchased yarn to|
create a bag and Easter baskets for her grandchildren.
|Gail wove these rugs on the loom made by her Stepfather for his Mother.|
One is for her grandson and the other for her daughter-in-law.
|Detail of Cynthia's Table Runner|
|Cynthia wove these tea towels in a thicker cotton, 6/2 at 16 epi.|
Right is a table runner in linen from Handwoven Jan-Feb 2019
p.56. She notes there is an error in the treadling sequence.
|MaryAnna wove this block twill scarf in|
Zephyr merino wool on her 8 shaft loom.
|'Winter Confection' woven by Barb P. As described by Interweave, the Handwoven Jan-Feb 2019 project is|
"weaving that appears simple at first glance, but when you look closer,
a level of complexity is revealed."
|Brenda showed her last project in bamboo|
and silk and bamboo woven 10 years ago
as she prepares to start weaving again.
|Lynn wove two cotton throws and these rayon chenille scarves|
|Michael used the family's stash and a 4 shaft loom for his |
red scarf (latest Handwoven). The coloured striped scarf
was on a rigid heddle loom and the ball of yarn
was the result of hand dying experiment.
|Fabric yardage by Cynthia|
|Marianne M's cute knitted 'Whale' hat. The striped scarf was|
knit from sock yarn eco dyed last summer using a mix of
coreopsis, golden rod and another (can't read my writing,lol).
|This is Marianne H's knit Whale hat. Both Mariannes'|
hats were a product of the Fair isle Knitting workshop.
|Terri's knitted and felted chair pads from her hand dyed and handspun yarn|
|Diane L's socks from a pattern found on the internet|