Sunday, March 25, 2018

March's mysteries


Where is everyone this morning?
We are in the wet room dyeing.

 Barbara is dyeing a sliver then putting it in the microwave.
 Jill is using a couple of different methods of dyeing her fleece.
 Yvonne is colouring a blank, knitted beforehand and it will be unraveled after it dries and ready for a new project.
Here are some of our results, our fleece, yarn and Barbaras apron.
Pat is hanging out her fleece,

 Earlier in March Brenda gave us a demonstration on using Stitchfiddle.
 Here is a selection of Brendas Card weaving. She is going from strength to strength!

 Heather has done some reverse dyeing...cant wait to try this.
 Some of the EWES went to Yandiah for the spinning retreat. Saturday night was a mascarade.
Diane has been drop spindling
These tapestries from the Australian and New Zealand Competition were visiting us. they will be displayed at the Tapestry Retreat in September this year.

Ewes will have their annual exhibition and Sale in May
Fibre
Creations

Inspired by Japan


Exhibition & Sale
of handmade goods

Demonstrations & ‘hands on’


May 25—27, 2018
10am—4pm


Epping Creative Centre

26 Stanley Rd
Epping

Free Entry



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Saturday, March 3, 2018

New Beginnings for Feb 2018

 Morning Tea is nearly finished.



                                                                                     Hazels sampler on her new loom
 Brendas braids from her new book on tablet weaving.


                                         Liz Calnan is having an exhibition at the Palm House

Tuesday, February 13, 2018

December 2017










Now was this November?

 Yvonnes work for Wee Care

Backstrap weaving



Sharyn was knitting for  her grand daughter

Saturday, October 7, 2017

Inspirations from September


 Liz's Scarf
 Anne's first raw wool spinning


Judith R knitted these bears for Barbara's twin grandsons

 Brenda designed and knitted this lace shawl with her hand spun. The shoulders are beautifully shape for a nice fit.

 Gaye has been knitting. The two toned shawl is the Hitch hikers pattern. Then she experimented with a variegated yarn.
 Another shawl with a toggle that enables the shawl to rest nicely on the shoulders.



Hand spinning from Barbara M

A small rug from Jill R made with remnants of yarn. 

Jill F brought our last scone offering for Septembers morning tea. The cinnamon scrolls were delicious. Thank You.

Friday, September 15, 2017

September show and Tell



 More of Jill R experiments in dyeing
 Marie and Yvonne E went to a tapestry workshop in NZ, these are their samplers.

 Sharyn made herself a backstrap for her backstrap weaving
 Another couple of lovely  cowls by Anne and Gaye
 Annes first spinning efforts!

 Denise's weaving using a supplementary warp
 A sheep candle
Anne K's costume making

Sultana scones for morning tea today were delicious.