SHOW & TELL 10 March 2020

  • Flo went to a Felting Weekend – some of her results: warm felted mitts, a lovely rose and ……..

  • ….. a flower on driftwood.
  • Maureen has produced a softly draping merino-silk shawl.
  • a merino-possum wrap…..
  • ….and a smart cardigan!
  • Marilyn has been knitting too. Rachel models her shrug/shawl in one of the versatile ways in which it can be worn.
  • A closer detail of the stitch.
  • Some of Caroline’s early felting and embroidery. Frances has recently sewn the blocks into a bag for Caroline.
  • Caroline also attended the Felting Weekend and produced these nearly completed slipper
  • Caroline attended Sandra’s Paper-felting Workshop and brought this interesting piece to show.
  • Elizabeth has been quilting and made this child’s cute quilt.
  • Rachel wove the fabric for this jacket when she was learning to weave, and she has sewn it up also.
  • Esther’s bag has been first patch-worked with recycled denim, then sashiko embroidered.
  • Frances has knitted a beret with her hand-spun yarn.

About Onslow Fibrecrafts Guild

We love Knitting, felting, spinning, weaving and other fibre crafts. We meet twice a month to share skills and learn new ones. Our usual meeting place is Johnsonville Community Centre Trust Room on 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of the month, from 9.30am to 11.30am The Guild is affiliated to New Zealand Creative Fibre which helps us to:  Invite tutors to expand our own skills,  Enjoy Creative Fibre workshops and festivals  Enter our work in Creative Fibre exhibitions  Contact with fibrecrafters all around the world  Organise events with other area guilds
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