A Very Busy She-Shed on Wednesday
Gratifying how busy. We spread craft out of the Shed “lounge” area into the machine half and Shedder Marie even moved into the main Scout Hall to spread out whilst using the sewing machine.
It follows SAMS on Tuesday at Littlebeck where NYCC judges visited for two hours for the Best Group Award competition. SAMS is 6 out of an original 40 or so nominations. We wait to hear if we are in the final 3 for an Awards evening in late October. .
It was a great opportunity at SAMS to talk around the display boards about not only Sheds but their value in the context of much wider community caring.
Angela cutting trunking covers. Elaine doing what?!
The quiet end of the table with needles going.
Brian posing. Linda enjoying a joke at Brian’s expense?
Peter trimming a cover. Electrics coming on.
Betty making an impression of some sort.
Michelle and Shaun in decoration mood.
Another Peter sanding down an item from Sneaton Castle Priory. A patient worker with a lovely sense of humour.
Marie in a stitch up.
Tony continues to make the woodstore or a hutch for a giant rabbit. Ray was occasionally helping too:-)
Graham makes nothing but a mess at the various Sheds but is proud of two pallet planters he’s made at home. Raspberry canes in one.