Wednesday, 4 March 2015

Odd Balls of Wool

From the Glasgow Herald, 27th February 1915.

A Practical Suggestion.—Mrs Emily E. Bloxham, Ellangowan, Rothienorman, Aberdeenshire, points out that those who are making woollen articles must in many cases find themselves left with small balls of wool of which they can make no use.  If all those balls were collected many would be found to be of the same ply and colour, and a great many additional articles could be made from those remnants.  As some people dislike working up odd bits of wool, Mrs Bloxham would be very pleased to receive their contributions, which would be worked up by her guild, which has already turned out successfully quite a number of articles from such remnants.  Contributions will be gratefully received by Mrs Bloxham at the above address.

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