Peter: Woven fabric in purple, orange and green commercial wool which may become a ruck sack.
Marina: UFO hat done and dusted in blue and grey with tomboy neck ties and top knt. .
Cathy: Fingerless gloves form Margaret’s idea in her own spun wool. Blues, corals and browns. Alpaca and wool.
Jan2: Dark fawn cria born at 12 noon today when we started our meeting. So cute.
Marjorie came up with another great beret this week full of vibrant , autumn colours from a colourway by Brenda Coulter of the Felting Ewe . Marjorie Navajo plied the tops to ensure colour separation and to increase the richness of the colour blend. The beret looks just great and Peter did a lovely job of modelling it for us! Just the very thing to keep stylishly warm in winter.
We all loved that llama!!
Cathy: 2 cakes of spun wool. One with merino plied with Polwarth dyed with onion skins in grey, tan, avocado dyed merino and mustard Polwarth and the other in pink , butterscotch cream and yellow. The pink was mohair and the yellow and cream merino and then plied with avocado dyed Border Leicester.
Jan 3: Big, gorgeous crocheted llama in mottled fawns with colourful accessories in blue and red. A pink mouse in a ballet dress.
Jan 1: Colourful hat in homespun wool in magenta and green. Two clown pixies in amigurumi crochet. One dressed in pink and one in blue.
Plenty of knitting going on at the moment. Marina has finally settled on a good way of making her 10 stitch blanket . She has worked at finding the best way of doing it for her and the result now is a lovely blanket which is growing each week. Meryl’s blue best is expertly knitted and is very neat. It is soft and drapes and the back had some interesting Aran effect knitting so it’s a very stylish vest. Sonya’s slippers, based on Hilary’s pattern are coming along and are so cheerful and colourful. Jan’s cream slouch beanie looks good. We tried it with her felted purple hat and that made a visually interesting impact on the hat which really dressed it up. It’s a good hat because you can style it. Think the knitting needles are still out because our weather has been very erratic and we have hat a lot of cold , windy and wet days which stop us form easily being outside as we normally are at this time of the year.