2014 in pictures

I’ve never done this before but this year I felt as though I’ve had very little time for creativity and felt making, so thought that I should look through my blog and see if it’s been as dire as I feared.


This was last January and I could have sworn it was longer ago than that. I love this wreath and it’s always on display even when it’s not on the door.


I had completely forgotten my hat obsession of last February!


March was a busy month for workshops.


My interpretation of a photo in felt in April. That was a fun exercise.


May saw me running workshops, dyeing, washing fleece, running a wool fair and I still  found time to make this nuno scarf.


In June I joined Metaphor, played with patterns and made this wallhanging.


Remember the great skirt remodelling? Started in July and finished in August plus I had time to crochet this coastal themed cushion.


It won first in the Ilkley Flower Show and August was also the month that I knitted my first shawl on circular needles using my own handspun yarn.


Very busy with workshops in September including hidden texture bags.


I so enjoyed making this bag in October plus I did quite a good job of icing my Daughtrer’s birthday cake!


Extremely happy, even now, with my Remembrance Day poppy runner in November.

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My favourite felt pieces from December.

There were more creative times than I remember but not nearly as many as I would have liked. 2014 felt like a very hard year for me, dealing with the death of my Mum and working far too hard. This year I have every intention of it being more balanced, having time to make more and to share my activities with you.

3 Replies to “2014 in pictures”

  1. You have had a hard year, you have also risen to the challenge and have created some beautiful pieces that have definately come from the heart xxx Well done x

  2. Hi Angela. What a busy and productive year despite the sadness too. I love your blog and you are definitely the best because you post regularly so I pay a visit at least weekly to see what mischief you have been up to. Keep posting and all the best for 2015. Sue xx

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