IF I HAD A HAMMER.....
A short and sweet post today - that'll make up for all the photo heavy posts I've been doing recently!
The weather has been so gorgeous, I have been out walking (and suffering the consequences afterwards but the sea and blue skies were calling....) I have been dragging out more fabric to make items for the WI Christmas craft stall:
I have about a bag's worth of these colourful fabrics plus a bit left over for glasses cases. The doggy print in the background was gifted to me by Debbie Rock via Shaz at the Crop.
Those beauties brightened up the afternoon for sure :-D
I've had this hearts/check fabric for ages...a good few years in fact - and these were the absolute last items to be squeezed out of the original couple of metres. I shall miss it, it's been a good do-er!
There's been lots of prep work going on as tomorrow is the first WI Craft Club, we're making the felt ornaments and it's going to be at my house. The last time I had the WI entertainment group here for rehearsals, I offered teas or coffees and stupidly mentioned gin. OOOh yes, was the reply - not making that mistake tomorrow, well, not at 10am anyway.....we might have to wait until 11. *grin*
The JanCave is doing sterling service at the moment but then, so is the original ManCave:
The light's on, so something is afoot.......
I happened to mention to G that I could do with a small display set of shelves for the WI stall and a short while later:
A man happily pottering! It's amazing what you can do with decking cut-offs and some gash bits of wood :-D A couple of coats of white then some cream and grey chalk paint and Bob is your Upcycled Uncle, lol!! Extra brownie points for G this week, please :-D
Hopefully I'll have a few pics of the WI felty carnage to share next week - it'll be like herding cats.....