After each of our business meetings we have an “show and tell” session. These don’t have to necessarily have to be spin or weave related – fibres arts are so very flexible! Since October, between our Christmas craft market and holiday break and the cancellation of the January meeting I have been remiss in updating the photos, so here they are! It’s such a wonderful collection of the talents of our amazing members. Enjoy! In no particular order….
Marlene’s new crocheted scarf – absolutely lovely!
Jenny has been weaving some lovely chenille, and the warping board seemed the best thing to display them on – so luscious!
Sumiko wove this wonderful soft shawl for her mother. Such a lovely colour palate.
Mary has been having fun using up her hand-spun scraps- too cute!
Bev’s lovely blanket!
Betty and one of her lovely blankets – I never tire of seeing the wonderful array of blankets from a single warp.
Twice woven carpet by Nancy for the Guild sale in November. Stunning!
Marlene, I do believe this is one of your creations – love the colour shift.
Jordan loves to spin and crochet and this one one of her creations – such subtle colours !
Another wonderful toy ensemble from Mary!
Yarn from our Chilliwack Fair sheep to scarf demo as a woven scarf and two hats.en
I am embarrassed to say I can’t remember who knit the top two hats, so ladies let eme know and I’ll adjust the comments.
Jenny does it again with vibrant colours and designs, no wonder her towels of so very popular at our sale! Well done.
Helen and the most recent blanket to come off the loom…love it!