Sunday 2 March 2014

Marching on . . .

Here is a full length view of the hanging shown in the last post just before the camera batteries went flat. This does not do justice to the subtle greens and the bright colours within the diamonds don't show up at all. You really need to see it.

Since then Peg has experimented with unwoven sections of warp, to excellent effect.
And, as promised, here are the bobbles. Not too many as they are 'too slow' !

At times when Peg is not at her loom she can usually be found with her feet up but still as busy as ever. She has made several of these 'snails' with stuffed circular knitting. Mounted on board they are quite spectacular. A black and white one was sold in double quick time.
Next weekend Peg will be thinking of her Professional Weaving colleagues who will be gathering for their annual seminar. This time it will be at Coopers Beach, just a bit too far for a 97 year old, but she will be there in spirit.

Instead she will be enjoying the placid peaceful Marlborough Sounds, still with a twinkle in her eye.