Love these nicely hand wound 100% wool, 50p each so had to buy some of course lol
This was such an interesting stall with so many nostalgic items on it, forgive me but I cannot recall the stalls name. Mum used to use one of those beehive wool holders way back in the 1960s. Lovely to see that they are still around!
Now these guys are all divine! Needle felted fantasticals by Heartfelt Dogs
Whilst admiring this unicorn below, a lady stood alongside told me her daughters believed for years that they were real creatures.
When very young children they'd had holiday staying on a farm that had newly born foals there.
The foals had whorls of hair on their forehead and the farmer told the children, that was where the horn would grow and they would become magical unicorns lol
I loved that!
Do any of you have this change of colour happening on your blog posts? Its driving me crazy and has only started since the last laptop update grrrr
Loved the colours.
This is pal Chris to give yiu an idea how large this circle of crochet is LOL
14' across I believe they said!
And here are needle felting and rug hooking in tandem with a padded former for the head, giving it depth. Wonderful!
Cute little .... needlecase I think with pockets, so guess you could sue it for embroidery scissors. Again a natty idea for scraps perhaps.
These chaps are also needle felted by Ruth Packham - you have to love that owl on the top right lol
Really like the idea of hooking hexi shapes like below, this aldy uses wool rather than fabric for this hooking method.
Readicut brought up to date : )
Oh and we had a crack at crochet with a huge hook - Chris was not that impressed lol
So that's caught up with some more pictures, will give you breathing space before I load any more lol
Am making a ahhhhhhhhhh this colour changing every time I write a sentence is beyond belief!
It comes out green and now red!
Anyone would think I'm an advocate for the LBGT!
I give up for now <<<<<<< see what I mean!