We cannot believe that this is the last photo competition round up of Wovember 2015! Here is Louise with the final round up of
images that stood out this week.
Do remember that you gain automatic entry to this competition by using the hashtag #Wovember2015 – but sadly you only have one more day! We shall be announcing the prizes and the winners in due course.
Did you read Tom’s amazing posts about Southdown yarns this week? Look at the structure of the cabling in that yarn and those glorious colours.
Spun yarn and thrummed fleece will keep @Janemaewren’s feet cosy this winter. I can feel the warmth from here!
Though I have been resisting the very notion of it, I admit that this woolly wreath, by @mereoshop stoked the Christmas cheer in me, just a little bit.
This Krainer Stone Sheep lamb belongs to the small flock of @wollhexie. Very sweet!
@Sylvielabellevie is combining two of my favourite passtimes in this image – tea and knitting with wool!
@womenwhoweave’s image of colourful weaving is just a joy!
@la_laniere’s image gave me a bit of a lump in my throat – a very local yarn snapped in the local landscape of the poll Dorset sheep. I hope you enjoy swatching!
Jane Dryden, from Home Farm Wensleydales, was back at Wovember last night in conversation with Felix. I love this image of her Blue Faced Leicester rams.