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Welcome to WomenArtistsOnline WebRing, a group of talented female artists with a presence on the web. Many of these women sell their artwork, although some just offer to share it with viewers.

If you are a Woman Artist and would like to be considered for our ring, please apply*. In order to keep our standards high your site will be reviewed before approval.

*Please note:

1) Only FEMALE artists will be approved

2) Only sites which use OUR LOGO (the image with paintbrush) will be approved. If the button is not installed within 1 week, the site will be denied. (I will be happy to provide help with the code if you need help)


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Something for everyone - 04/22/2013

At felting group today, member Christine Munro showed us these 2 wonderful garments she had made.  The first (above) is a long sleeveless vest.  This one is more of a sleeveless overtop.  It has paua buttons and features crocheted decorations. Both these are for sale - if you're interested, contact me and I'll get Christine to talk to you. The irrepressible Bek Pilley was also there, and showed off what she'd done to one of her long-tailed (for want of a better expression) hats - it's decorated with beads and stitching and looks magnificent. I  have posted before about Bek's hatmaking classes - well worth going to. Invercargill's weather isn't always delightful, but there are some wonderful sunrises.  This photo was taken one weekend morning as I walked the dogs along the Waihopai River.  For the dyers, this is a piece of overdyed fabric that I've made to go in my major project this year. More photos as they come to hand. For knitters, this is a simple but very attractive scarf I'm knitting.  The idea is the team a plain colour stripe up with a wool that changes colours for the other stripe, creating this interesting look.  Done in 1/1 rib with an uneven number of stitches, it creates a thick, compact scarf with no annoying loose ends to darn in afterwards.   Lastly, a gratuitous cute animal shot.  Here's Frodo, suitably backlit with late afternoon sun, down by the ponds where I walk the dogs each day.  

Something for everyone

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