I scrabbled around in my shed for something (anything) to do. I ended up grabbing my crochet hooks and a ball of yarn. However, as it turned out I was quite impressed with the demonstration project (above). It's a method called twist and turn. I didn't think much of it at first from the designs in the book we were shown but I absolutely love the version that our member is making. The colours are right up my street and the chicken centres are so cute. I made a mental note to have a go at this sometime.
|The old yew tree in the churchyard|
Monday afternoon, I was off to another church service. This time to sing in the choir for a Mother's Union Deanery Service. They said there'd be tea after and I was ready for a cuppa. I didn't realise they meant full afternoon tea with sandwiches, cakes and scones!! I didn't bother with dinner when I got home!
Progress since last time:
- Crocheted purse - which I may enter in the Sew Mama Sew Giveaway if I get my act together. They're doing it a different way since I last entered and I'm not sure how it works.
- QAYG quilt block - one more quilted (2 or 3 left out of 25ish but I've run out of wadding).
- Mousey cat toys - 2 cut out
- Bag for friend - cut out.