Natural dyed cotton t-shirts with alum used as a mordant. Items used included hickory nuts, mushrooms, turmeric, geraniums, spiderwort blossoms, petunias, tea and pansies. Needed a bit of a sun shade in my office so I just cut elongated triangles and made a pennant banner. Suz Weitzel
Here's a couple of hats I've made for the grands for Christmas. The green/black one (Botanic) is reversible. The gray/black (Prancing Horses) is for my horse enthusiast. Both are knitted with Cascade 220 Super Wash. After hurting my hand, I had to stop all my current knitting projects because my gauge is different right now. So I did what anyone else would do — I cast on new projects. :) Cindy Moore
This amazing rep-weave rug is one of two designed and woven by Rachel Morrow, whose mother Beth was formerly a member of Heritage Weavers. Rachel was a HWFA camper in years past, and being home-bound during the spring and summer, decided to take up weaving to pass the time. She wove the rugs on a loom Beth had inherited from her grandmother, using beautiful cotton rug yarn that came to them with the loom.
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