mixing textile art with a love of motorcycles
Well worth all the hard work Sue, it's beautiful.
It's beautiful! My spinning is a little better in that I don't keep breaking it, but I seem to be making it rather chunky and uneven! I'll keep practising!
What a gorgeous Travelling Woman! Bogger than mine, which I'm sure works very well - mine is really too shallow for my broad shoulders and I may have to give it to my slender daughter and do another one for me. I was wondering about doing 3 "pivots" rather than one, but maybe a bigger one would be the way to go... Well done, and what good taste you have!
Looks lovely now it is finished. Tell me it a shawl and not a cover for your spinning wheel.
Wow! This is very pretty. The knitting is so...delicate. I usually think of knitting as "chunky". The yarn is incredible
Very nice work! Impressive!
thanks for all your comments:-) Sal-you will have to come over and play with the wheel!Sue- five repeats was just about right for me,I am also broad shoulderedMaggi- mmm maybe I need a spining wheel cover hehe
Wow, look at the pictures from round Builth Wells! It was so lovely to meet you and thanks for recommending my blog post.I do hope you are enjoying your wheel. If only my craft room was as tidy as yours.
Very very pretty!
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