Green and Blues Triangular Shawl
I love knitting these shawls. Some end up being a manageable waist length but most of them are long because I don't want to stop knitting. At times I feel that I am too brave with the colour combinations, but I have yet to unravel one.
Log Cabin Throw
The visual effect of the log cabin pattern is very complicated, however the pattern is actually very easy to thread and to weave. This throw is woven with natural coloured wool in pale grey and medium grey yarns.
Purple and Golds Triangular Shawl
Sometimes it is like I am painting with yarn especially when I am knitting triangular shawls. When I have a good selection of compatible colours, I spread them all around me and begin to knit. This close examination of a hand knit, hand dyed triangular shawl shows the shine and texture of the mohair and wool.
Hand Dyed Yarn
My passion is colour whether it be hand dyed or natural. I have raised mohair goats and coloured sheep for many years on an old farm near Enterprise. I use yarn made from the fleeces to dye, to weave and to knit.
Goose-eye Twill Throw
This is my favourite weaving pattern. The colour changes with the change of threading in the warp forming coloured stripes within the diamonds that are the "goose's eye". I used hand dyed wool as well as natural coloured wool.
Herringbone Twill Throw
This throw is woven and made from natural creamy white mohair and natural pale grey wool. The fringes are all hand twisted. This throw will be fulled in warm water once the finishing touches are complete.