We had a lot of laughs at our table especially when we started our masterpieces as it takes a little while to get used to not turning your work etc.
One of the ladies had bought this type of Afghan Hook on eBay. These would be great to use if you were crocheting a small blanket.
here on eBay. These are bamboo ones and were okay for the smaller item I was making. They cost just over $5.
Here are David and Margy as David shows us his expertise with his lovely wife making sure he does it correctly :-) They are a great couple.
We had our homegrown and handmade swap before the workshop and one ladies brought along these granny squares she had crocheted.....
...and Racheal had some of her homemade products to swap as well.
If anyone is interested in trying out Tunisian Crochet there are lots of YouTube videos available but I particularly like the tutorial on Purl Soho. This type of crochet tends to roll so here are some great tips from Kim Guzman on Crochet World.
I know there was some interest when I posted about the First Coat Festival so this is just a reminder that it is on at the moment and the artists are in the process of painting in various parts of the Toowoomba CBD and surrounds.
It started on the 21st and goes until the 29th May.
Also, if anyone is interested, I noticed while at the library an advertisement for Worm Farm Workshops which will be held on Saturday 28th May on Level 3. I have just been on the phone to the council trying to find online details of the workshop to link to but there don't seem to be any but I just got a phonecall saying that not many have booked in so far and to just turn up on Saturday if I wanted to go. From what I remember the workshops start at 2pm and go for 30 minutes and there are three being held that afternoon. They should be interesting.
I have scheduled the computer to upgrade to Windows 10 in 30 minutes time so you may or may not see me again. LOL! I am not quite sure what is going to happen to everything I have saved on this computer. I hope it all doesn't go into cyberspace. We will see ;-)