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Crocheted with 2 strands of Hemp6 the pattern is shown in one colour, I didn't have enough of the green so created a stripe pattern to blend in the pumpkin colour.
A joint project - I knit one slipper and Stephen knit the other. Interestingly one slipper needed to be felted longer than the other!
I had fun using different colours for different parts of theses slippers - variegated for the top, pink for the 'bumpers' yellow for the inside sole and the outside soles are a practical black.
What a fun hat to knit, of course, Lucy Neatby's instructions are always excellent. I used the Ecoknit organic cotton for this.
I had fun making felted Christmas ornaments - tapestry wool felts really well.
This came about because I was looking for a small but useful project for beginners to knit. Great way to use up odds and ends.
This Sheep Shawl from Fiber Trends was knit on 4mm needles using Cindy Lou from Counting Sheep Inn
I knit Lucy Neatby's Maple Leaf Shawl from Smart, I though the colours were just right for this particular design, unfortunately the varigated yarn does take away from the maple leaf design
Another Fiber Trends shawl, this time knit using Lanaknits Hemp/Cotton, I used two strands of yarn.
Stephen knit this hat using Briggs and Little Regal wool, this was his first attempt at fairisle.