For those of you who only follow this blog, I've finally managed to take a photograph of my Rhubarb and Custard scarf and here it is.
I can't give you the pattern for this one as it's copyright, but it's knitted on the diagonal.
I spun the Shetland fibres by taking alternate staple lengths of each colour, red lac and marigold. I didn't want precise staples so that I got a good mix of red lac with red lac and marigold with marigold and red lac with marigold when I plied the two singles.
If you're coming to the class on Monday 20 May, please bring your diaries with you as we want to plan the next term, the ideas we've had so far are - felted bowls and Japanese braid.
Well, it's been a busy couple of weeks, getting ready for and attending Wonderwool Wales with my dyes and demonstrating at Caulke with the Guild last Saturday. It hasn't left me much time to blog.
I've been teaching spinning, weaving and dyeing for over 25 years and have always wanted a way for the Monday Class to keep in touch with each other. So I've created this blog to enable them to keep up to date with what we are doing from week to week or month to month, at the class, or if they miss a week or two. I hope it will be useful. Please let me know!