My kids generate enough knee holes to make this a weekly affair.
A friend has started a forest church which gathers a group of us together each month to worship in the woods. She asked if I could make an “altar cloth” and we used it this month for the first anniversary of this church. It’s the first time we held communion, with spelt bread and homemade grape juice.
I felted the mat from wool that was dyed from local sources by this fine artist.
I’m getting further behind on items to post. Sometimes I don’t get past the idea to do it, but more often I come across one or two in the smattering of photos I have and am reminded.
Here’s a Christmas gift for the boys, made from a Spoonflower template:
This is a trial with larger needles and heavier yarn but the goal is this pattern on fingering baby blue.
The last pocket in the advent calendar held a felted manger and baby Jesus. (Mary arrived a day earlier in the month. The funky stable was felted by a friend – intended as a hat but has become a play cave).
By the time I had woken up and come downstairs, the animals had gathered round.