Zoom Chat Links :-)
We've all been enjoying the Zoom Chats over recent months - the conversations have been such an enjoyable way to keep connected during this strange new world we're all living in.
We've discussed all sorts of subjects - some completely random and not specifically related to weaving, spinning and dying; a lot about things we love, web sites and resources we've discovered, craft techniques, and all manner of interesting shared discoveries to explore further.
We thought it would be nice to load up the web links as a reference point for everyone in the Guild.
Sit back with a cuppa and enjoy having a look through these links.
Just one caveat:
The Kennet Valley Guild of Weavers Spinners & Dyers is not officially promoting these web sites. They are for members' reference and enjoyment only. We cannot accept any responsibility for the content on these sites.
Recent Chat Links
Yet another diverse collection of links...
A new group set up by Anna Wetherall and Irene Evison of Nearly Wild Weaving to support
tapestry weavers with discussions about various aspects of their craft.
About Sue Lawty
Shetland Wool Week is cancelled sadly - we can still support it though...
There's a beautiful free Kep pattern available to try.
All you're asked to do is share your finished Kep photos on social media.
Shetland Wool Adventure Journal Volume 2 - coming soon!
Volume 1 still available in Digital format.
Emma Vining- pattern
A Knitters Sketchbook by Emma Vining - Recommended by Rosie
Meg recommends the WI Soft and Silky yarns
Then there was talk of circular needles...
Perran Yarns on Facebook & Etsy
Drops Saffran Yarn
Katherine recommends Zauberball:
Previous Chat Links
There was talk of felting...
And other interesting crafts...
Great value packs of yarn can be found on Woolyknit.
The speed and efficiency of their service is excellent.
Then we all got a bit carried away dreaming of visits to Shetland again -
fingers crossed that might be in 2021 or 2022.
This site is a recent discover and so interesting. Read Kate's story and marvel at her books
and her husband's photography. You can get lost in the shop too!
Artist Priscilla Lowry
Ashford Kiwi 3 Spinning Wheel - a good choice
Wavy Shuttle Demonstration
The Ashford Wheel Magazine
Recommended by members
Orkney Travel Guide
Yarn Fest Wool Shop - worth a visit
The Old Telephone Exchange, Long Lane, Hermitage, Berkshire RG18 9QS
If you've got a specific yarn in mind, call Sue or Stuart to find out if they've got it in stock or
can get it for you.
Jane Patrick: The Weavers Idea Book
10% off for Kennet Valley Guild Members
Then there was talk of Gin and things…
Alternative to sloes
If any KVG members would like Meg's recipe for home made 'Limoncello' and Christmas Vodka, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Rebecca brought this organisation to our attention:
Flying Scholarships For Disabled People