Guild Loom Projects
Our fall season wrapup is Dec 15th. We’ll be back at the Community Centre on Jan 4 for the 1st Drop-in of 2018 for more spinning, weaving, knitting, felting and other fibre arts! The 2017/18 full schedule is below on the left side.
I missed our Nov meeting so I did come catch-up on last season. We have a new Blog Post for Oct of 2016, that’s last year! I am working at them from both ends now. The Posts are published by calendar date of the event so look for it by visiting the Archives to the right or Older Posts at the end of each post. Enjoy and thank you for visiting!
“We gratefully acknowledge the support of the Oliver Community Arts Council”
Thursday, 18 April 2013
Update on Cotton seeds
April 11th Show and TellAnother great day at guild, Thurs. April 11th. The meeting started with a well run, short meeting and then show and tell. I'd like to post all the articles our guild girls have created. We are truly a busy bunch of crafters.
|Barb is very happy with this exquisite shawl she made.|
|Another view of Barb's shawl.|
|Detail of Barb's shawl.|
|The trellis scarf pattern, from Interweave Spring 2013, knit in hemp yarn by Margie S. Loved the knitting part but have concluded I will never enjoy crocheting.|
|Marie R. wearing the beautiful, cozy shawl she wove our of her own hand carded, hand spun alpaca.|
Wednesday, 10 April 2013
|Betty B. knitting a very interesting hand bag. Will try to get some pics to post when it is finished|
|Klaudia D crafted this happy tea cozy.|
|And then decided it could double as this happy, delightful little hat. You are so much fun Klaudia D.|
|Our loom projects are coming along nicely after a frustrating start for our loom mistress. Thanks Linda for you patience and perseverance. The gals who have signed up for this project appreciate you.|
|Marianne M and Dianne H enjoying working on a shared project|
|Marie enjoying her new spinning wheel. Marie cards and spins all their own alpaca fibre.|