Wednesday, 15 April 2015


Isabel brought along another of her handsome grandsons to our group. Matthew had been doing a project at school on the Vikings and was inspired to try some Viking weaving. We were very impressed with his neat work and he was awarded a prize for his completed item as a junior member.

I completed a circular table mat for my kitchen table using the Dresden Plate pattern that I got at the Village Patchers for a different project. As you know, I love Blue and this was a way of using up odds and ends of fabric.

Magda came to the group a couple of weeks ago without a project. Luckily, Norma, had some of this lovely ICE yarn for sale......and so a new project was born. This beautiful shawl is the South Bay pattern with a picot edge. The yarn for the edge was donated by Isabel who had some yarn left over from a pair of socks. If you look at last weeks blog you will notice how differently this yarn looks when it has been knitted. Both projects are amazing!

The usual room that we use on a Tuesday night was being used for a meeting so we were camped out in reception which was a bit cosy but the crack was good.

Stephanie was unable to come along and play this week because she has injured her shoulder and is unable to drive, knit, sew...........not much fun! Get well soon Stephanie!

Remember the Craft Day is Saturday 25th April.

Elaine is looking for final payments for Garmore.

Happy Crafting! See you all next week.

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