Monday, 5 March 2018

Snow Trapeze



It's been a little bit snowy here, fortunately I have had the blankety loveliness of my newly made Trapeze dress to keep me toasty.


I bought some Manx Loaghtan tweed at Woolfest  a couple of years ago with the intention of making a trapeze but it's taken me this long to get around to it and I was sweating on getting it out of the yardage I had.


I just managed to squeeze out what I wanted, the tweed is divine 


and after a couple of tweaks  I've worn it a lot.


I  took advantage of the snow to have a go at cleaning my wool doormat, apparently it's a thing.


It stays on the line to get chilly while I beavered away in the warm.


We all had a snow day and I  decided to do a bit of acid dyeing, I hadn't tried it before but I will be doing more.


This is to show the clear 'exhausted' water.


I had about 2000m of Shetland, the bright blue is lambswool and cotswold which was an early spinning attempt, a bit of Shetland singles, Cotswold and the two tone is  lambswool and linen.


I've been double jumpered and wrist-warmered up and wearing my latest knit, Pink Memories by 
Isabell Kraemer in a local yarn, Shropshire 1512 from Ewe & Ply.


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