We knew it was coming
But it still took us aback when we returned to the Wool Shed after the long summer break
One of our favourite parking places –
The roof will go on soon. We can watch from the windows of our meeting room.
The space is much needed by the Wool Shed Museum. And we do seem to be managing to find parking.
In other news –
Lynette hosted spinning and a barbecue on Waitangi Day, New Zealand’s national day,
A quiet moment in a lively gathering (photo: Trish Carver)
Partners were included, and even put to work! (photo, and the next one: Lynette Teahan)
Well, some were working
Jutta has been busy –
She wove this lovely cushion from some of Helga’s handspun
And a charming little floor rug
If only computers could let you feel it – so soft and cosy for feet!
We’ve started a series of little workshops once a month –
This time, a challenge to identify the fleece of different sheep breeds. Can you pick the English Leicester near the front? (Click the photo to enlarge.)
There is no excuse for anyone to be bored!