Monday's meeting was a 'doing day'! Aside from a committee meeting we had a group folding fabric and packing it to sell at Sheep Day. Sheep Day returns to Skipton on Sunday 26th June and we will be there so please drop by and say hello; it was lovely to meet and chat with people back in 2019 and it will be great to get out and about again. We will have our packs of fabric to sell and as always you can access some little tutorials/workshops on the Tutorials and Resources tab on this Blog if you need a bit of inspiration. I think we have some of the brooch kits left from Yarndale last year so grab one if you haven't already. It will also be the last chance to nab a Morsbag. Morsbags are great - they're fabric bags made from our stashes to replace plastic bags and are absolutely free; we only have a few left and don't plan on making them again.
We also had a bit of a chat about our upcoming exhibition at the end of October on the theme There is no Planet B. Keep an eye out for more details.
And of course there was stitching. Clare brought in her 'bonkers' (her words) piece of recycled embroidery which is fabulous! She also brought an enormous roll of green wool - we have plans for that on Sheep Day - come and have a look, you might get to wield needle and thread!