Phew just finshed ironing all the wraps, scarves and quilts. Only took me 2.5 hours groan. Everything is ready to be loaded into the car tonight for setting up at Erddig tomorrow.
Fingers crossed it will be a good show
This is not a very good picture as the lighting was not too good.
2 scarves are woven and off the loom but I won't finish the third one till next week now
I have been working in the garden this afternoon and took up some black plastic that we put on the veggie garden over winter to act as a mulch and, warm the soil up quicker this time of year. Under the plastic I found these.
Put the plastic back down and the runner beans will have to sown elsewhere
Needed to pay a check into the bank and get some shopping. Decided to cycle into Llangollen and as I was sorting out things decided I didn't need my purse. Everything could go into my pockets. Got 3/4 of the way there and realised I had left the cheque at home DUH.
Misty and pretty cold on the way in but when I got home to lovely sunshine. The picture is of the Dee valley from just off the A5
You can see how misty the valley is
All 3 merino wraps are off the loom. When they are finished I will post pics here and on craft pimp.
Baby loom is being set up for some merino scarves in a mixture of periwinkle blue, lovely soft pale green and a silver grey
Have a great Easter everyone x
Just back from a great day out at Bodnant Gardens. Great to Barbara from Oakwood Glass there in her new unit.Took a few photos to give me some inspiration for new colours of wraps and scarves
Warp is on the main loom for some merino wraps. this yarn is amazingly soft and the first one will be all white. I have got a warp on the 16shaft loom for 3 scarves in a pretty complex pattern. Pictures when they are done
Well back from a so so weekend in Kent.
The fabric went off to the fashion student on Saturday. Hopefully he will like it.
One silk scarf off the loom. Pic will uploaded when it is ironed. 2 more silk wraps to weave then will be setting up the loom for merino scarves.
Samples have gone to Canada for my next level of my study course. Fingers crossed for that