Beautiful home grown cotton, handspun and hand dyed by Anna. Can’t wait to see what she will make.
Di is weaving on the inkle loom, Melissa is knitting in the round and Philip is using the electric carder. Very busy bees.
Showing off some latest creations, Napkins handwoven by Philip using an 8 shaft loom, pattern is Atwater Bronson. Beautiful felted vessels by Madeline. These felted vessels will be for sale at the Gold Coast Potters Christmas Market on Sunday 18 November.
Look what the tapestry weavers have been up to, creating some lovely pictures.
Lorraine’s beautiful knitted vest, looks fabulous.
Sam is having some fun on the fringe doing a twist( using the club’s new fringe twister}
Donna has made a beautiful textured bowl from silk hankies.
Marja finally has time to spin.
More beautiful hand crafted shawls to show off. Sharon wearing her scarf exchange shawl, it is nuno felted.
The lovely Erica visiting our club, showed us her stunning knitted shawl. It is hand painted baby camel and silk fibre, hand spun and hand knitted.
Anna ginning her home grown cotton. Her Italian husband was excited when she came home with a pasta maker, thought he was going to be getting home made pasta – wrong!!
Great to see Shirley here for the winter!
Some very busy members, Janny and others made mandalas for the yarn bombing.
Today we had lots of fun yarn bombing a bike. Thanks to all the members who helped out, the bike looks groovy, funky, baby. The bike will be on display at the D’Arcy Doyle Art Awards in the Mudgeeraba Memorial Hall from June 27. Our group also yarn bombs the trees in the near by Village Green. Jacquie and Anna have created some colourful crochet bollard toppers. See you among the riot of colour in Mudgeeraba at the end of June.