Show and tell

 

We had a lovely time on Monday because the sun was shining and it actually reached 18 degrees. We survived the day without the heater on. So many lovely things to look at to inspire us.

Show and tell

Alexis brought along pattern books for us to have and some marjoram seedlings. She also brought long her hexagon grannie square blanket in different colours and outlined in black.

Marina : Stunning ten stitch blanket jacket from her own spun wool in predominantly autumn colours; call f spun wool in greys purples and tans, 3 grannie squares in autumn colours in her own spun wool

Cathy: cake of dark alpaca plied with naturally dyed English Leicester and various bits of coloured merino tops, cake of pomegranate dyed English Leicester plied with green merino tops and god sparkle.

Christine: sprang woven little bag in bright, cheerful colours.

John is working on a weaving sampler to test out patterns and yarn weights so he can see the difference in the fabric.

Peter is working on a lavender and lime green wall hanging made form T shirt yarn and wool.

Alan is still away but shared some photos with us of one of the places he is staying at on his road trip back to Adelaide:

 

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4 thoughts on “Show and tell

  1. Please take me off the list for emails as I don’t find them interesting.I did write and ask a question but never got an answer so I don’t want any more correspondence please.

    On Tue, 6 Aug 2019 8:49 pm Seaford Spinners and Weavers wrote:

    > seafordspinnersandweavers posted: ” We had a lovely time on Monday because > the sun was shining and it actually reached 18 degrees. We survived the day > without the heater on. So many lovely things to look at to inspire us. Show > and tell Alexis brought along pattern books for us to have ” >

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