Isabel agreed to organising the catering. She found this amazing table cloth at Aldi and assembled a range of nibbles and drinks. Well done that girl! The gluten free stuff went down a treat.
Izzy completed some dresses for her charity that sends cotton dresses to Africa. Anyone found sitting about doing nothing was asked to sew on some buttons. The dresses will be well appreciated.
Anthea was spinning grey yarn with a silver thread for Magda. This is a big assignment and has to be completed before we go to Garmore.
Elaine is full of good ideas. This time she gave a demonstration on how to make some face scrub which was then scented with lavender or lemon and presented inside a cute jar. Well, that's Christmas sorted!
Alison was crocheting squares together to make a blanket.
Paula was working on these amazing granny squares. I can't wait to see the completed garment!
Donna was working on a sewing kit that was from a Kath Kidson book. She also brought in a quilt she has been working on for her niece.
Janice started the baby bag for her daughter-in-law. Look at the picture! The girl loves Spiderman!
Linda was knitting a baby blanket using Sirdar Squiggle super chunky.
Morag was working on a baby shawl using yarn from poundland.
Jillian was working on her first quilt. The design is taken from a book on Jelly Roll Quilts. I was really taken with the colours.
Caroline has been experimenting with crocheting flowers.
Isabel brought some fabric to be made into a table mat. This is one of her adventures in retirement!
Elaine was working on a knitted corner to corner shawl.
Lisa started a skirt for Kayla May.
Dawn was in the process of doing a blanket.
Patsy was being tutored by Izzy to create this fab quilt top.
A big thank you to everyone who came along and made the day a success.