Tuesday my youngest granddaughter called me and asked if I could attend her school assembly the next day. Of course the answer was yes, even though I was booked on a workshop that day and had no idea what I was letting myself in for!
It turned out is was a poetry reading for the whole of year 3 followed by scones. Eleanor had called a few days prior doing a school survey on our favourite scones. The Headmistress assured us the children had washed their hands before making them!
|sharing a scone with Eleanor|
I dashed from the school to Coleman's for a days workshop with Trish making a disappearing nine patch with a difference wall hanging. I have decided to make it into a lap size quilt no no photo yet! It was a great day as usual and nice chatting to a couple of ladies I had met the previous week.
Thursday was IAM craft day and the whole gang were here. The day went very quickly which is always a sign of a great day. It was lovely seeing Penny here after her recent operation.
|love this crochet by Shirley|
|Ann had been knitting hats and squares for prem babies|
|Dorn showed us a ornament she had bought in Namibia on a recent holiday|
|Shirley gave me this Spanish lacemaker model she bought for £1 at an auction|
|Jenny is getting ready for Christmas with this lovely hexagon wreath|
|Clare had made a bag we all loved|
|Reverse of Clare's bag|
|While Penny recovers and is unable to use her sewing machine she has been finishing lots of little projects|
The postman arrived while the IAMers were here and I had received a lovely little gift from a friend in the USA, Thank you so much Christa we all really enjoyed you thoughtfulness.
|Love the star design in the middle of this heart|