A very kind farmer recently made us a gift of eight lovely fleeces. She said that, in return, it would be nice to have a little something made from one of them. And so four of us “set to” and spun a bobbin-full each. Sharon plied the yarn, and Geri dyed some of it before knitting a pair of gloves.
Yet another example of the friendly world of woolly people.
One of our exhibitors was asked for a custom made Peg Doll, she had payment and the customers name and address. She has lost the piece of paper with the name and address on but remembers the customer saying that she had been following this site. Please do get in touch if this is you
Examples of Members’ activities over the last couple of weeks.
What an inspirational lot. But the best thing ? Their willingness to share skills and ideas. No wonder our Guild is growing . . . good thing The Workshop has elastic sides !
Not only is spinning good for the spinner (it lowers the blood pressure) but it benefits wildlife too. Take a look at this luxurious des res found on Sharon’s farm.