Last Friday I was excitingly planning an overnight camp with Heather, my youngest. Appila Springs We spent a lovely night under the bright stars and had a swim in a waterhole. I spent time weaving a basket and Heather was writing stories and drawing. Raffia basket Three days later we are in lock down. The… Continue reading What a difference a week can make.
Due to restrictions being imposed due to new cases of the virus in South Australia, studio will be closed for the next two weeks. Knit Night will be on Zoom only. Please check the classes page for details On how to join us on Zoom. At present the shop will remain open. I am in… Continue reading Covid 19 cluster In South Australia
https://www.randomactsofkindness.org/world-kindness-day Today is World Kindness Day. A great day to reflect on how I can make the world a little better for others. It’s so easy to get locked into our own little worlds and fail to notice the needs of others. https://www.randomactsofkindness.org/world-kindness-day Kindness is not only good for others but for ourselves too. Being… Continue reading World Kindness Day
https://knitspinweave.thinkific.com/ I never feel 'good enough'. The fear of failure is always with me. Probably due to my early schooling experiences. I didn't learn to read until I was in year seven. I failed year 5 and again in Year 7. Back in the 70's and 80's children were made to repeat years. As one… Continue reading The Fear Of Failure
Studio Day Saturday is quickly becoming my favourite day of the week. From 1:30pm each Saturday it’s Open Studio! This week I made my Saturday Studio day a spinning one. Three of us took to our wheels. I tweaked Chris’s wheel to make it easier to spin. Rosemary had a lesson on fibre preparation, with… Continue reading Saturday Studio Day