|In action, the colours are brighter in real life; the fibre is Merino and not quite finished yet.|
|Joanne's spinning, this was Perendale|
|Joanne's Polwarth that she finished|
|Leanne's quilt, this is the back and is for her daughter.|
|The front of Leanne's quilt|
|The back of Louise's quilt; it's cowboy themed and this was her first go at free-motion quilting.|
|Isn't it cool?|
|The front of Louise's quilt.|
|I took these photo's after I got home, this is my 1770's panniers.|
|And this is my paisley shawl which is based on the Kashmiri shawls of the late 18th century and early 19th century.|
I also got the gusset finished on my travel sock; but nothing done on my colourwork socks. No knitting on the drive either, was too busy yacking and watching the scenery, interspersed with stops at various crafty shops.
Before I went this was how far I'd got on my Behind the Garden Wall socks
|Knit in Wandering Cat Yarns Tabby Cat; the orange isn't that bright in real life.|
|Paton's Jet; been in the stash a very long time.|
|Nice purple ones.|
I'm not feeling 100% either, but that's likely to be simply due to the lack of sleep.