The workshops again this year were nothing short of EXCELLENT and yet more thanks are due to the leaders of these with their superb ideas, preparations and general help and overseeing. There was a choice of five Judith (Dollydoodles) with her kids transport road playmat,
Theresa with her decorated face masks
There was a display of all the finished masks on the dolls at the evening meal and after a show of hands the winner was chosen and Theresa awarded a prize.
Dollmum with her Ostrich marionettes,
Emma with her felt shoes/boots
Jane (Woodward) with her little knitted/crochet Sasha bags to made or decorated
Most people managed to complete at least three of these and took home the available prepared kits for the others to do at their leisure. They were set out on table groups of eight so that allowed for easy movement when that task was finished along with plenty of chatter during the activities. The final results were amazing and truly showed the creativity of our Sasha collectors.
Still to come are posts on the MAGNIFICENT raffle in aide of Save The Children, the wonderful sales tables, the stunning Robin Hood main display, Saturday’s evening meal, a few collector’s dolls and finally my goodies/sales ‘take-aways.’