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Feb 28 2008

Look at all the pretties!!!!

Published by Meghan at 10:59 pm under Babble,Felt,Spinning

I had my Nuno felting class today, and it was SUCH FUN! I made some cute little sample squares just to get the basic idea, and we got enough silk and roving to make a scarf at home! i can’t wait!

look at my pretties!!!

This one is my favorite!

Reminds me of VanGogh’s starry night, don’t you think?

PLUS, the teacher and i really hit it off, and she sent me home with another 2oz of merino silk roving so i could try spinning it up! she said she also has a TON of roving at home, so if i wanted i could come over and check out what she’s got! she has like 5 sheeps worth of processed wool!  she’s actually going to cast on this week for a sweater that she is knitting up with handspun wool she spun on her DROP SPINDLE! an ENTIRE sweater’s worth of yarn on a drop spindle!!! i’m totally amazed!!!

3 responses so far

3 Responses to “Look at all the pretties!!!!”

  1. Donna Bon 29 Feb 2008 at 6:32 am

    I love your “starry night”! That is just lovely, and looks likes such fun!

    You’d really be surprised how much you can get done with some good spindles. I love my spindles…..just love ‘em. After all, people managed to clothe themselves for thousands of years before the advent of the spinning wheel…and they weren’t all wearing animal skins, either! lol.

  2. Kathyon 29 Feb 2008 at 1:17 pm

    Way cool Meghan! Your samples are really lovely. The nuno felting has been getting momentum here in Tucson, as the shawls/shrugs are the right weight for our heat. I haven’t taken a class yet, but hope to this spring.
    Have fun making the scarf! Kathy

  3. Bethanyon 29 Feb 2008 at 2:46 pm

    LOL! Van Gogh, that’s what I was thinking! Very cool!