Margaret, Lois and Joanne worked on their attics.
Joanne finished shingling her attic and attached the chimney.
|She has to wait until the glue dried before the shingles can be trimmed.|
Lois has done an incredible job on the inside of her attic (with help from her DH, Peter). She started shingling the roof at MDO.
Marg very quietly worked on her attic while Barb strung seed beads for a couple Christmas garlands then began knitting a beautiful Christmas tree skirt from a pattern in an old Nutshell News.
Wendy was making wonderful bottles and glasses using instructions from Joann Swanson and Erika was making a great braided rug using some braid she had bought at one point, probably at Chicago International.
Erika showed me an incredible cuckoo clock she had made from a kit by Volker Arnold. (There was a problem with the Google translator so couldn't find the specific url.) Barb S. buys a lot of Arnold's kits so I had been familiar with them for some time. I had the opportunity to meet him in Chicago (lovely man) and see the incredible breadth of his line. I got a couple lovely pieces for my Christmas shop.
Rosalle (Needleart Treasures by Rosalle) was crocheting the most incredibly fine table runner (commissioned).
Tina made a wonderful little 1:48 horse drawn cart...she even has the horse to pull it (unfinished so far). She brought three other kits but for one reason or another couldn't work on them. But she posed for this picture showing the advantages of working in 1:48...
|Travelling light: Tools and four kits all in that little work bag!!!!|