So, where to start with the fruits of my labours over the last two and a half years?
I love this fabric that is made with mostly wool and silk (mostly Noro yarns). I think it will end up being a jacket but it is still waiting for me to finish the sewing.
I was inspired to try this seaside themed shawl by some work I saw online. The yarns were mostly a blend of merino and silk so it was very soft and light. The warp does all the work here and the weft was done with clasped weft so I could use 3 colours and place them where I wanted them. This was given to a very dear friend.
The blue shawl above is a merino/silk mix with insertions and was made for another friend for the cost of the yarns.
I really like this shawl which again has a high silk content.
I do like the shawl above. It's on a cotton warp but the yarn is a merino/silk blend with the details/rectangles done in a wool from Drops.
The Saori Shed in Diss and was given to another very special friend a while ago. I do love playing with colour and inserting textures and shapes. Saori is such a fun way to weave.
Finally I have made myself a card/jacket similar to the red one I think I shared here some time ago.
It's a boxy jacket made from straight pieces of cloth and is very comfortable to wear. Again, it's mostly Noro wool. Yummy!