I’ve been contacted by a local farmer with Ryeland fleece for sale. Phil has about a dozen fleece left and he doesn’t want a lot of money for them in fact, anything he receives he intends to give to charity. This makes it a great opportunity to buy some fleece direct from the farmer, stock up your stash at a good price and help a charity too. Just drop me an email if you’re interested and I’ll put you in touch with Phil.
I ran a bag workshop earlier in the month and a couple of people have been kind enough to send photos of the bags now they’re dry with handles and accessories fitted.
This first is by Sue keidan and she enjoyed the technique so much she’s already moving on to use it to create bowls, I can’t wait to see what she makes next.
This second is by Fran Rose with colours that positively sing for the camera and I’m loving the flower. Husband Bill was also on the workshop so I expect to receive a photo of that one soon.
Amended 19/12 to add Bill’s bag, finished to look ethnic as instructed by Bill and a clever use of the two samples pieces to form a third triangular shaped bag.
Thanks for the photos Fran.