I found the pattern for this table runner in a magazine called SEW Home and Style. It appealed to me because I could use up some odds and ends of fabric in its construction. I'm delighted with the finished product and it sits nicely on the dining room table.
My second finish this week was a pair of socks for me. I like Regia yarn because it is easy to work with, it does not split and it produces cosy socks.
Anthea completed this lovely shawl for herself. The pattern is called, "Jenny's Faith Shawl" and has been worked in King Cole "Big Value" 4 ply yarn. Zoom in and have a closer look at the edges of the shawl. Beautiful work!
Janice has been at it again! Yes, those rabbits have been breeding in her craft room! The blue bunnies are for the Bluebell creche that she volunteers at. What a busy woman! The little chap in the first photo is a RAF cadet which 1271 Squadron will present to a visiting officer. These little guys are well sought after!
Roberta is always busy with the pins! This week she completed a warm jumper for herself. The yarn is a DK ICE yarn that she got from Norma. There is some weight in this jumper! Ideal for these chilly days.
Isabel loves her socks! Again it is ICE yarn from Norma and this stuff is beautifully soft to the touch. These socks feature a lace pattern and a star toe finish.
Lisa made a cushion for Fiona. The yarn motif is hand-dyed and hand spun by Lisa. The things you can do when you get a new studio!!!!!!
Remember craft day is Saturday 25th April.