What I have done is selected a variety of different techniques to give you an idea as to the talented members that we have.
I have made them into three different posts to make it easier to read.
The first item is wool felted waratah pin cushions which were amazing. there were 6 or 7 of these in the exhibition all clustered together and they all sold within the first half an hour.
Next is my little felted pot.
When I was in Melbourne last year Dot showed me one that she had made and embellished and she sent me the instructions on how to make them.
They are knitted by hand and then felted in the washing machine.
I then embellished them with felt flowers and buttons and hand stitching.
I was lucky enough to have someone like it enough to by it.
Here is my hand felted picture that I showed you before and it was also sold--along with both the "Black and white and a little bit of red" pictures as well.
I admire people who can do Hardanger but it is not on my to do list--not creative enough for me.
I hope the Hardanger ladies from the guild don't read this.
Goldwork is another one that I love to look at but I will never do either.
This piece of Machine embroidery is by another one of our talented artists --enlarge it so that you can see all the detail--her work is always in demand.
How gorgeous is this -and don't you just love the way that it is displayed--