We had a nice meeting with lots of good food. Odediah taught us all about manipulating colored roving with various spinning techniques. We also had our first annual fingerless mitts swap. Fun was had by all.
Patty Williams from Aker Fiber Farm came and spoke with us on who and what she does and how she got started with the business.
Workshop was held at the Epsom Fire Station in September and led by Linda Whiting
Nice day in Moultonboro – lots of people and good food. Marci Richardson, from Elegant Ewe, came and talked about Shetland Wool Week and the tours that she now offers. Lots of people now dreaming of trips to the Shetland Isles and of Fair Isle knitted sweaters.
Winners of the Shawl Raffle.
Samples of Fair Isle knitting and Marci Richardson
Nice space in at the Moultonborough fire station.
We gathered on a soggy February day in Epsom for our annual Show and Tell fashion show. We had lots of good food and the maple cookies were a special treat. Lots of items for show and tell and we displayed some items that were inspired by the double knitting class by Alasdair Post-Quinn.
Fran displaying her rug made with handspun
The shawls made at 2017 NH Sheep and Wool were displayed and are available for raffle. Drawing will be held at the annual meeting.