Aileen, like quite a few of us, has been experimenting with weaving, and asks “Can we use waste for weaving”. It’s the sort of question we pose to ourself that can spark a myriad of answers. She has experimented using nibs and some of the poorest of wool to produce 8 bobbins worth from the Joy, and then set off weaving with … Read More
This is a detail of a Fair Isle jacket made with Jameson and Smith top spun to 4 ply. The spinning and fair isle was good. Unfortunately I chose a bad pattern. It took an age and I never where it.!
Hand woven on 16″ rigid heddle.
Hand dyed 100% wool pencil rovings (food dyes and a microwave!), hand spun and 2 plied.
Aileen Wilby has sent me this lovely project to share. I’m most impressed with the soft feel of this (yes I have stroked it !) and how those bright colours added into the blend give the finished piece a lovely zing.
… to share what you’ve been doing creatively. When you’ve got your site access from the admin, by making a request in our “contact us” form, you’ll be able to log in and tell us about your recent project. It would be good to add in a picture to let us see ! I’ll give you full directions of how … Read More
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