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Author Archives: shepherdessann
This last week end was the Twist Fibre Festival in Saint-André-Avellin, Quebec. Two friends of mine and I shared two booths. I am going to show you our booth in this post and the rest of the show in the next one. … Continue reading
If you remember my post about the tea cozy that went wrong, and-then-it-all-went-wrong I have now fixed it. First I had to needle felt the pieces that fell off, back on. I only needled the middles so I would still get … Continue reading
I almost forgot to post today. We have had a busy week on the farm. Sundays are farmers Market for us. My husband bakes bread and we have meat pies and lamb sausages in the freezer off to the left(off screen) … Continue reading
I have been making some tea cozies ready for fall shows. While I was having a visit at my friend Maureen’s I came across one of her samples and used it for inspiration for texture on a tea cozy. I … Continue reading
This week I spent some time visiting my friend Maureen of Dreamspin Fibres. It’s nice to felt with a friend. I decided to make a project bag for a spindle, so long and thin. I used this lovely rust, terracotta and … Continue reading
This last week I helped out at a demo at the Ottawa Valley Weavers’ and Spinners’ Guild. A women’s group had asked for a tour and demo. Alison is explaining how a spinning wheel works Kathleen is talking about he guild … Continue reading