Weaving - a nice sampler (see previous post for photos)
Spinning - more than 6 kilometres of yarn to sell - yes, I know I just added it up this afternoon and can't quite believe I've done so much - lots of different breeds of sheep and all on my stall ready for you to knit up!
Knitting - a lovely handspun Bowmont cable and rib cowl that fits perfectly and feels soft as soft can be (pattern to follow soon), a lovely merino and silk handspun scarf for a friend, a little moebius knitting too - a cowl in handspun bfl 3 ply, a new design for a jumper in traditional fairisle motifs - photos soon
Crocheting - more bowls as I've sold all I had in stock, and a new jumper design (again pattern to follow soon).
Then there is the St Abbs project I've been working on - a few taster photos below to whet your appetite - go check out the facebook page for more information!
Some dates for your diaries
Next Saturday 22nd February at Kelso Farmers' market in the Town Square between 9am and 1.30pm
Wednesday 26th February at Duns Volunteer Hall for the regular monthly craft and food market between 10am and 4pm
Saturday 1st March - the St Abbs Wool Festival at St Abbs
I'll be at the Buttermarket in Berwick upon Tweed at least two Saturdays a month, hopefully getting to Kelso most months, then out and about a bit further afield at woolly events - the biggest of which confirmed so far are Woolfest in Cumbria the last weekend in June and Yarndale in Skipton the last weekend in September.