Boys and their Toys
I thought it was the wool that multiplied around our place, but it seems that cars are also multiplying
This photo shows Bill's Morris 8 on the right. It is nearly finished and looking good.
On the left is a 1936 4 door Morris 8 belonging to Keith Jeffrey of Winton
Don't they make a great show lined up together
Keith's Morris which is a hard top and four door sparkling in the sunshine
And then David Calvert arrived with his bright red 2 door Morris 8.
Of course Bill had to try it to see if it was the same as his
Bill & David with their cars.
I use these type of yarns for the fingerless gloves and hats. They have a longer colour changes and make interesting and unique articles. they are usually less than 100 gm but it is easy to make more of each colourway if required. These skeins are for sale - from left to right
1: 66 gm $16.50; 2: 58 gm $14.50; 3: 61 gm $15.30; 4: 94 gm $23.50; 5: 61 gm $15.30
Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org for more details
Showing some of the Embroidery Threads in the studio. I have heaps of colours, but it is amazing how often I don't always have the right colour for projects. Makes me experiment to dye specific colours to add to the selection I have available
And more knitting wool
Some of the hand dyed Double Knitting Wool. I use this wool in the children's garments I make along with plain colours. See the example if the girls jacket below. It fits a 2 year old and is for sale for $65
I find the bright colours are very popular
Some of the dyed wool for spinning.
I have been dyeing alpaca fleece and am very tempted to spin some of it finely for a
lovely warm scarf