Beautifully spun Corino Top
A beautiful cardigan made from a Alpaca and Silk blend.
Hand spun Light Steel Alpaca Supreme yarn.
A lovely cardigan made from Alpaca Supreme, and with other Alpaca yarns.
A fab hand spun and hand knitted shawl by charming regular Russell.
The cutest Russet Bear, hand spun and crocheted.
Little Mitts made from Blueberry Alpaca Delight yarn.
At hat made using Viola, modelled by her super cute dog.
Katies beautiful cardigan, near enough finished 😉 made from last years special Open weekend yarns in Bluebell.
A denim style waist coat using Knit by Numbers denim shades.
Hand dyed and knitted lace shawl.
Hand spun and hand woven fabric.
Juliet is presented with a hand spun skien made from Merino / Zwartbles Bracken, formally Fibrestarter. By Brenda who also entered…
A great story of this ladies first attempt to knit and felt something. It didnt turn out quite right! The second attempt is a successful beret! Made from hand spun Blue Spruce.
Hand spun sections of this lovely scarf using Merino Silk Siren.
This lovely lady had used her time in hospital very well knitting her Powdered egg Excelana Balero.
Incredible little felted sheep. The lady has been trying really hard to create a Herdy sheep, she now has a whole flock she jokes. I would say she is there!
Incredible hand spun and hand knitted shawl.
Hand spun The Three Supremes. The blend looks just incredible when all spun together.
A lovely sock and mitten set made from Alpaca Sock yarn in Avocado.
Lovely Knit by Numbers jumper, good colour on you!
Two lovely girls who had knit hats for their bunnies!
And finally, and hand felted shawl using Siren.
Good luck to everyone!! We look forward to drawing the winners, thank you all for putting hard work into your projects and willing to share them with us.
Love John & Team X
3 Replies to “Raffle enteries!”
This was a lovely day! Thank you for showing my spinning on your blog. I will knit my fairisle yoke sweater with it soon. The tops I have just bought will one day be a fairisle striped waistcoat.
It’s great seeing the things other people make – would you be able to include a Customer Gallery (or something of that sort) in your website, showing the things people have made with your wools.
Thats such a lovely idea, and definitely something we can look into when we re-vamp our website, but for now we have a group on Ravelry where everyone can share what they have made with our fibre / yarn. Its here…