|An airer full of donated fabric drying.|
Along with the lovely, pristine, unused balls of yarn I get from people, or from charity shops, I also un-run jumpers etc to use the yarn. This is a deconstructed jumper after being tied into hanks and washed by hand. These are now dry and rolled into balls waiting to be made into something else.
I finished this longer term project the other day. A crocheted hexagon throw that I've been gradually making at my 2 weekly crafting groups. I had a couple of photos showing more of it but they've disappeared from the laptop. They should still be on the iPad, though, so I'll load them onto my Facebook page in a couple of days (I don't know how to get them on this blog from there without a lot of faffing). This throw was sold and paid for before I'd finished making it, by a lady at one of my groups.
And this one is a completely new design that I made up in an oddment of plain fabric, to try out before making the 'real thing'. The outer zipped pocket is also a new thing I tried. It's made from 2 tea towels, a pillow case and a belt.
I'd like to say I'll have something completely different to show next time, but I have a strong suspicion it may be more bags!
Bye for now