Unfinished Objects Workshop. 2018

Our Annual Unfinished Objects (UFO) workshop is a popular start to each year. There are many reasons why objects do not get finished but with the help of Alison Daykin, our motivational leader, and encouragement and advice from other members much is achieved.

The picture on the right shows Carol Marsh of Surrey's almost complete Fallen Leaves shawl.

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Bridget Paish, Cheltenham

Bridget began her hat as a Fairisle Specialist Interest Group project and used the UFO workshop to complete it.

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Sonya Hammond, Dorset

Sonya has been spinning fleece that she had previously percentage dyed - spinning a total of 70 batts.

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Alison Daykin, Derbyshire Dales

Alison used Derbyshire Gritstone wool, naturally dyed and handwoven on a rigid heddle loom.

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Katy Barrett, Channel Isles

Katy completed her twill gamp from the October 2017 Twill workshop.

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Annie Perkins, The Cotswolds

Annie completed a number of scarves during the workshop with the objective to reduce her growing stash of yarn!

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Carol Marsh, Surrey

Her Holm hat completed

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Chris Jordan, Cheshire

Chris was working on the Hitofude Cardigan using handspun laceweight from pomegranate roving bought at summer school in 2017.

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Juliana Goehry, Alsace, France

Juliana's scarf was knitted using a lace stitch with garter stitch borders.

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Barbara Scott, Guelph, Canada

Barbara completed her colourful mittens with intricate beaded details on the cuffs.

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Christina Chisholm, Ross-shire, Scotland

Christina created kumihimo braid to attach to her glasses using recycled yarn after unpicking a previous less than perfect project.